Summer Sample Sale 2017

28.06.2017

Join us for a huge summer sample sale! We've unearthed some fantastic archive pieces and rare one-offs, complete with accessories and animals at absolutely jaw dropping discounts.  We're looking forward to welcoming one and all to the heart of Hackney, east London. Up to 80% off. Cash and card accepted.

Address: Studio 1, The Textile Building, 29a Chatham Place, E9 6NY
Times: Friday 30th June, 5 – 8pm | Saturday 1st July, 11 - 5pm | Sunday 2nd July, 12 – 5pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/1449957251969442/


SS18 ÆOLUS at LFWM

15.06.2017

Last Sunday we unveiled our SS18 collection at London Fashion Week Men's.SS18, Christopher RÆBURN takes inspiration from ‘The Long Walk’ by Slavomir Rawicz; the collection brings both menswear and womenswear together to evoke the spirit of adventure and reflect on a myriad of weather conditions, notably desert wind and sun. 

With innovative design and sustainable intelligence at the core of the brand, this season Christopher RÆBURN’s REMADE ethos is further emphasised through the use of truly unique and pioneering materials including pre-flown kites in collaboration with EXKITE. This collaboration sees Ræburn experiment and innovate by deconstructing pre-flown kites and then intelligently reconstructing them into extraordinary macs, anoraks and jersey.

Other REMADE highlights include German wind ponchos made from cooling cotton, reworked into lightweight contemporary parkas offering protection from the sun, with the desert theme emphasized by patchworks of desert camouflage patterns. A key stand out feature this season has been the development of branded tape emphasising the 4 R’s (REMADE, REDUCED, RECYCLED, RÆBURN) across unisex tulles, parachute and outerwear pieces. 

In keeping with RÆBURN tradition, this season’s mascot is the jerboa, a hopping desert rodent, emblazoned across jersey and knitwear. These core jersey pieces include crews and hoodies made from organic cotton and will form part of RÆBURN’s REDUCED initiative.

Other developments this season include our new footwear collaboration with Palladium and a high quality minimalist watch brand Instrmnt. Both partnerships have allowed the RÆBURN brand to explore new areas of craft and deliver a product that is in keeping with our core ethos. Our collaboration with Palladium has allowed us to work closely together and explore a series of functional and innovative footwear. The same applies to our work with Instrmnt with whom we have worked closely to reduce the footprint of the watch without comprising on quality or materiality, resulting in a limited edition watch that will be released later on this year. We are proud to continue with our Avery dennison RBIS collaboration who deliver high quality recycled woven labelling and branding solutions that is visible throughout the collection. 

Special thanks to the British Fashion Council, Ben Grimes (casting), Dominic Harwood (sound), Blonstein (production), Fudge Professional (hair), AOFM (make-up), Exposure (PR), Régis Tosetti & Simon Palmieri (art direction), FALKE (socks). Contributors: Palladium, Instrmnt, Blackhorse Lane Atelier, Avery Dennison RBIS.


Off-cut Tortoise Workshop

31.05.2017

Thank you to everyone who came down to the REMADE studio on Saturday 27th May! It was fantastic to see the studio buzzing with creative energy and to see so many new faces at our Off-cut Tortoise Workshop. It was great to see so many amazing tortoises being made, we hope you all enjoyed designing and creating your own Off-cut animals.

If you couldn't make it to this one, fear not! Our next workshop is on the 17th June, so keep your eyes peeled for our newsletters as we will soon be releasing details about the next animal very shortly!


Christopher Raeburn × Today Studios

15.05.2017

We're very excited to announce that we have teamed up with Hackney-based and local creative shared workspace Today Studios to design and develop a unique and limited edition sweatshirt for its members. True to the Remade, Reduced, Recycled ethos and philosophy, the sweatshirt is made from organic cotton and features a set of playful and innovative detachable monochrome woven patches made from recycled yarns and developed by long-term branding partner Avery Dennison.

The name Today came from a desire to celebrate living in the moment, it is a place where each day offers endless opportunities, and no two days are ever the same. To reflect this, the blended tape on the inside hem of the sweatshirt features a colour blend which represents the day the doors first opened, June 1st 2016.

Founded by David Johnston of award-winning design agency Accept & Proceed, Today Studios hosts an evolving programme of inspiring talks designed to inspire the creative community, which saw Christopher talk about all things design and sustainability with brother Graeme of Rapha towards the end of 2016. 

In the words of Today, “true progress comes from collaboration between creative disciplines”, and this partnership is a perfect example of two like-minded businesses coming together to design and make a unique product for the local creative community.

Photography: Felicity Davies


Stitch Academy Workshop

05.05.2017

We had the pleasure of hosting another exiting workshop for Fashion Revolution Week, this time with the help of the Stitch Academy.

The initiative is a community component of the Hackney Walk project which is designed to deliver training and employment opportunities within the fashion industry and supports the wider generation of Hackney, home of our REMADE studio. It was great to get the local community involved and see so many attendees explore their creative side through our hands-on workshop.  Thanks again to everyone who got involved and watch this space for more updates from the studio. 


REMADE Totes Guest Evening

28.04.2017

A big thank you to everyone who attended our REMADE TOTES guest evening as part of Fashion Revolution Week. It was great to see such creativity. We hope you enjoyed the day and are happy with your new creation! For anyone who didn't get the chance to finish their tote bag, these will be completed by the team in the REMADE Studio and sent to you shortly.

Thanks also to Avery Dennison for providing the patches, Exposure and Fashion Revolution for organising this event, and Toast Ale for keeping makers hydrated with lovely local craft ale brewed from leftover bread.

We have our next OFF-CUT TORTOISE WORKSHOP coming up 27th May, get your tickets now. We hope to see you again soon!



Off-cut Animal Workshop at the Remade Studio

27.03.2017

 

Saturday 8th April, 11am-6pm

We’re proud to announce our first off-cut animal workshop at the REMADE Studio in Hackney! To celebrate Easter, we’re kicking off with a making afternoon of one of our most iconic of animals: the rabbit. You’ll be choosing your own fabric combinations and working alongside Christopher and his talented team to make your very own unique rabbit to take home at the end of the day, just in time for Easter! Light refreshments and snacks will be provided throughout the day. You will leave with an off-cut animal personally made by you and access to a fountain of knowledge by Christopher and the team.

Come and develop your creative skills through this hands-on experience. This is the first of a series of workshops, so if you can’t make this one, there will be other opportunities to attend in the near future.

SOLD OUT but look out for our next off-cut Animal Workshop

Important Notes:

- Must have basic knowledge and understanding of domestic sewing machines

- Children welcome when accompanied by sewing-savvy adults

Remade Studio Address:

Studio 1, The Textile Building, 29a Chatham Place, London, E9 6NY (closest station: Hackney Central)

Enquiries:

Email studio@christopherraeburn.co.uk or call us on +44 (0) 208 510 9689


REMADE Silk Map Collection

24.03.2017

Part of our REMADE initiatives, we’re very proud and excited to announce the return of our Silk Map collection! We have had a lot of interest and queries about our silk map collection ever since its release for Spring/Summer 2013. We finally managed to source more of these increasingly rare original escape and invasion maps after many years of searching…

Exclusive to our online shop or directly from our Remade Studio, East London, the collection features eight pieces created from original 1950’s Royal Air Force silk escape maps. The silk maps were originally given to RAF crewmen in WW2 and beyond into the Cold War period of the 1950s to help them find a route out of enemy territory. Rumour has it that Clayton Hutton, the man behind the escape maps, printed onto pure silk; the ideal material as silk doesn’t perish in water, it’s rustle free and could be hidden easily or even sewn into the linings of garments.

Each piece is unique depending on which part of the individual map we use making it a real piece of history. All pieces are lovingly crafted in our REMADE Studio in East London as a Made to Order service with a 1 to 2 weeks turn-around time. If you have any special requirements, we’ll happily welcome you to the REMADE Studio to discuss your needs in more detail. Shop the collection now or email us at orders@christopherraeburn.co.uk


Live panel discussion at LCF

20.03.2017

5TH APRIL 18:00 – 20:00 

at CMI 77 Kingsway , London, WC2B 6SR

 We are excited to announce Christopher will be part of a live panel discussion organised by the Executive MBA at the London College of Fashion. The topic of the evening will be leadership and talent management: navigating the uncertain waters of 21st century business management. Challenges around talent management continue to grow & managerial leadership requires a basket of skills such as problem solving, critical analysis and reflection and self-awareness. 

The other panelists of the evening are Simon Bowen – Director of Member Engagement, CMI, Marie Milligan – Founder of Wild Women Do, Sharon O'Connor – Business Mentor and Chair of Fashion Brands and Keith Richardson – Head of Higher Education Partnerships, CMI. 

Tickets are selling up fast and there are only 10-15 places left, please email emba@fashion.arts.ac.uk to RSVP by 27th March  


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