Designer Celebrates Fifth Anniversary With Retrospective
This weekend is the last chance to see a retrospective exhibition from Christopher Raeburn.
The British fashion designer is celebrating five years at the helm of his own label with a display at London department store Liberty.
A single piece from each season over the last half a decade has been selected to go on display in the shop’s basement.
The exclusive showcase contains Raeburn’s signature outerwear from AW09, as well as items from his recent SS15 line previewed at London Collections: Men.
Raeburn, who is also artistic director of Victorinox, has had a long-running relationship with the Regent Street retailer.
In 2009 he was invited to show at its ‘open designer day’, resulting in a menswear order and installation.
The 31-year-old has enjoyed significant success since, now stocked by the likes of Mr Porter, Harvey Nichols and Oki-Ni.
Fashion retrospectives are often used to look back on a designer’s career. Earlier in the year it was confirmed that the Savage Beauty exhibition, honouring the late Alexander McQueen MBE, will make its way to the UK in 2015.
The Christopher Raeburn retrospective exhibition at Liberty London will remain in place until close on Sunday.