We see Nettie’s style evolve as her story develops. She begins as a woman in love, sporting glamorous hats and trench coats as she drives with her husband through Speyside or mingles at social occasions with her community. At her husband's funeral, we see her as a woman in mourning, where black lace was a key feature.
At the final stage of her character development, Nettie leans towards tweed jackets and double breasted blazers, signifying her transition to a businesswoman as she takes the reins of the family business and symbolically fills the shoes she was told only a man could step into.
Using locally sourced fabrics from the heart of Scotland, Christopher Kane beautifully captured the style of the era, and the evolution of Netties style and spirit. Each look is diverse, creative and symbolic, key features that make the designs distinctly Christopher Kane. His work continues to expertly upend expectations of luxury with playful irreverence.