Raeburn Design is a creative partnership between brothers Graeme and Christopher Raeburn. Both studied fashion at Middlesex University before gaining an MA in fashion womenswear from the Royal College of Art.
Upon graduation in 2003, Graeme continued to work at the Royal College of Art where he set up and ran the cross-college professional practice unit, FuelRCA. Alongside his studies, Christopher appeared on the Sky One television series Project Catwalk and achieved recognition in several corporate-sponsored competitions, gaining sponsorship bursaries from Swarovski, Pommery and Miss Selfridge.
The Raeburns’ very first collaboration led them to the semi-finals in the first Fashion Fringe competition. In 2007 the Raeburns founded Raeburn Design producing both functional and feminine collections which incorporate genuine military fabrics.
Following Graeme's departure, Christopher Raeburn has continued to design under his own name. Christopher Raeburn has received sponsorship from both the British Fashion Council's NEWGEN scheme and the Centre for Fashion Enterprise's Venture programme.
Raeburn's A/W 2010 collection was presented in London, Paris and Tokyo and received international orders from stores such as Browns Focus, Liberty, Harvey Nichols, Barneys, 10 Corso Como, Penelope, Gago, United Arrows, Beams and Isetan and the S/S 2011 Menswear collection was shown in Paris. Christopher Raeburn is fiercely proud of the British heritage of his brand, with his garments 'Remade in England' and produced in the East End of London.
Christopher Raeburn features in a project.