Graduating from Middlesex University in 2006 with an honours degree in Fashion Design, Christopher had already interned with distinguished Designers such as Vivienne Westwood and Julian MacDonald. Following an internship with Viktor & Rolf, Christopher was employed by aspiring Dutch Designer Daryl Van Wouw for two years. During this time Christopher was responsible for the Design of collections, and spent 6 months in Shanghai meeting with suppliers and manufacturers.
In 2008 Christopher moved to America, spreading his time between New York and Los Angeles, where he managed projects with Zac Posen and Peoples Revolution, which in turn, lead to Christopher creating his own brand of Womenswear in Spring 2010.
Upon returning to London 2011, Christopher has concentrated on creating bespoke pieces for private clients and celebrities. His unique pieces caught the attention of Canadian knitwear Designer, Mark Fast. For the past three seasons Christopher has been designing the tailored garments for Marks’ collections.
Since May 2012, Christopher has been working for Matthew Williamson as a Pattern Cutter.