Fashion designer Christopher Kane's Autumn Winter 2014 collection shown at London Fashion Week features outlined layers of fabric that overlap like fluttering sheets of paper.
London-based designer Christopher Kane used multiple sections of translucent silk to create patterns on dresses in his latest collection.
Black fabric was outlined with white stitching and vice versa, while a peach-coloured cloth was also defined by black edges.
The outlines created ripples across the outfits when layers flapped as models walked down the runway.
This effect was applied to thigh-length dresses with various shoulder straps and necklines.
A grey top with triangular black pieces that rippled across the front was paired with a skirt with light grey layers that splayed from one hip.
In a rectangle-shaped design, a black sheet covered white pieces that resembled pages of a book.
The collection also included dresses with ribbon-like sleeves that folded back and forth down the arms.
He presented the collection yesterday as part of London Fashion Week, which wraps up today.
Also during the event, Pringle of Scotland debuted garments that incorporate laser-sintered nylon fabric.
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