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Christopher Kane's Spring Versus Collection: A Study in Pastel

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So we all know how Christopher Kane killed it—literally brought jaded fashion people to tears of happiness—at the spring 2012 London Fashion Week show for his eponymous collection, but how did he do in Milan where he works on the Versus collection with Donatella Versace. Take a look above, and tell us what you think in the comments.
· Versace [Official Site]
· All Christopher Kane coverage [Racked]