Right now, the fashion world is waiting in anticipation to see fashion designer Christopher Kane's latest SS17 collection at London Fashion Week on Monday.
But for Kane, he's already got his artistic eyes set on another goal – dressing presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
In an interview with the Evening Standard, Scottish-born Kane praised Clinton her ability to pull off bright colours and mused as to how he'd dress the politician:
'Lurex twinsets with a classic trouser and a nice heel. 'She's good with colour,' he complimented.
The politically engaged designer – who has publicly opposed Scottish independence and Brexit – also revealed he's concerned with how much traction Trump's campaign is accruing during the presidential race.
'I'm alarmed by it. I hope Hillary wins. She's a grafter and will meditate on things. Trump will just press the button,' he said.
The 34-year-old Central St Martins graduate took the opportunity to open up about the role social media plays in the fashion industry.
'Fashion has become more accessible and that's great, but it can also be destructive. I think it's good to have a bit of mystery.
'Growing up I loved Gianni and Donatella and Helmut Lang, but I didn't know where they were going on holiday or who they were sleeping with,' he added.
Bring back the mystery, Kane.