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After a childhood building tree houses and robots, U.K. designer Christopher Raeburn has made a career out of transforming unusual materials into clothes ready for the catwalk. More than a decade since graduating from London's prestigious Royal College of Art, Raeburn has made a name for himself with streetwear fit for the style-conscious, environmentally aware buyers.Raeburn has picked the former premises of veteran fashion house Burberry for his own label, in a former industrial zone of east London.Raeburn has numerous sources for his materials, including foreign imports, hunting through military surplus, as well as other channels that are kept as closely guarded secrets.Raeburn also bought a raft, cutting it up to make coats, jackets and bags.While the urban London fashion house is far from the designer's countryside childhood home, Raeburn has certainly brought his young imagination.
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