Miss Crabb takes a subversive approach to shape, proportion and beauty so that each piece may transcend time, age and place. The clothes are made to be interpreted by the wearer encouraging a sense of singularity and freedom. A Miss Crabb piece is at once skilfully complex and seemingly simple both in its construction and appearance. This harmony between design and restraint allows the purity of fabrics such as silk, linen and cotton to speak for itself. The patterns, which Kristine cuts herself, are often basic geometric shapes which delicately transform these natural materials into modern yet quietly poetic and enduring pieces.