Much like her irreverent, sartorial reign, Cruise’s adoration of Dame Vivienne Westwood will never wane, which is why we’re excited to share the designer’s latest news.
A fierce proponent of Scottish independence, Dame Vivienne Westwood recently used the platform of her Spring/Summer 2015 show at London Fashion Week to express her despair at the state of the nation. Models took to the catwalk garlanded with a ‘Yes’ badge, making sure her opinion doesn’t go unnoticed….
“I used to love England – but the government does what they want and they’re ruining the country.’’
Autumn/Winter 14 Women
A rich and warm collection, The Red Label clothes stand to represent the artistic, the adventurous and the socially conscious; it is the culmination of a clear and realistic vision with the intention of endowing the wearer with confidence and purpose. Alongside the Red Label range is the inimitable Anglomania collection. Featuring some of VW's most arresting prints to date, the clothes are inspired by the environmental changes our planet is constantly under and the unique effect it has on the increasingly precious Arctic.
Spring/Summer 2015 Preview
With a well renowned taste for anarchy that stretches back to the incipience of Punk in the 1970’s, Westwood’s passion and zeal certainly hasn’t dimmed. Her most recent Red Label collection on the runway at LFW for Spring/Summer 2015 saw yet another fiery display of colour and print inspired by Greece, Paganism, Leon Bakst and 18th century French fashion.