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Christopher Kane

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“A mix of juvenile delinquents and an ironic take on the WI, the Women’s Institute,” Christopher Kane said of his fall-winter 2010 collection, which he showed in London today. The designer also told the Telegraph that the looks were influenced by Priscilla Presley—"“before Elvis got his hands on her,” he said. We dig the black leather, lace, PVC, and elaborate floral embroidery. [Telegraph]