Fall Winter 17-18
Christopher Raeburn is the creator of the ﬁrst luxury capsule collection for Save the Duck F/W 2017. In nature, events mark the coming and going of the seasons and the changing of weather. In the same way, Save the Duck is inaugurating a new season with the creative talent of Christopher Raeburn, designing the ‘RECYCLE’ project together.
The combined vision of Save the Duck and Raeburn sees a collection that learns from nature and adapts to urban living to provide protection from the elements in the most innovative, adaptable and sustainable of ways. Iconic Save the Duck attributes such as PLUMTECH® padding, heat sealed seams and highly performing recycled fabrics provide the foundation for Raeburn’s radical design approach.
Raeburn plays to his strengths through the deconstruction and reconstruction of original military garments to provide iconic, innovative garments that are rich in authentic detailing. Camouﬂage ﬁeld jackets and bomber with patchwork heat-sealed seams become protective shells and thermal linings become indispensable to protect yourself in unstable and unpredictable weather. As always, considered sourcing is of paramount importance for both brands and all materials have been chosen inline with the “ANIMAL FRIENDLY” mission of Save the Duck.
About Christopher Raeburn:
Christopher’s pioneering work has brought sustainable design to a mainstream fashion audience embodying luxury with integrity. The brand currently has over sixty stockists worldwide and has received an array of media coverage nationally and internationally. In her review of the Autumn ⁄ Winter 2014 ‘POLARIS’ menswear collection in the New York Times, Suzy Menkes said “It is Mr Raeburn’s clear vision of clothes that protect man and the planet that make him an original and exception-al designer”.