Vivienne Westwood presented her Red label collection. She opened her show at London Fashion Week with a man model wearing “Guantanamo Orange” underpants and a girl carrying a poster protesting for the rights of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay.
Popular models were the daughter of actor Ray Winstone, Jaime, in a plaid micro-mini and the socialite Alice Dellal, in hot pants with her hair half-shaved in a punk tribute to Vivienne.
The line covered looks from Miss Marple to Miss Moneypenny, and models with teased “Penelope Tree” hair and platform footwear.
Vivienne took her bend in a pencil skirt, platforms and a blouse covered with remonstrance badges.
It feels like being at home,” she said.
There were a number of hooded tops and dresses with Middle Eastern character blended with tea dresses in draped and knotted materials that evoked nostalgia for the days of the old British Empire.
Colours were silented and often pale, set off at times by hoarse gold metallic jewelry and other brightly colored accessories.
Some of the runway models sported an bisexual view in tailored shorts and tight T-shirts. Others models wore toned down versions of the cone-shaped bras popularised by Madonna some years ago.
There were nice made pant suits and some dresses in silk satins, printed viscose and washed cottons.
Footwear were usually big and clumsy, with an emphasis on gold platform heels.
Designer Vivienne Westwood show was a London Fashion Week hot ticket for evident reasons. With a first row that boasted Pamela Anderson, Dita Von Teese, Emma Watson, Pixie Geldof and Kate Moss and runway turns from Alexa Chung and Daisy Lowe, this was certainly the show to be seen at. The outfits themselves were a mix of definitely wearable and glamour and madcap Westwood.
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