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Tuesday, 15 January 2013


The much anticipated Vivienne Westwood AW13 collection was worth the wait.

The opening of the show saw smartly dressed models storm the catwalk. Giving nothing away into the world of Westwood apart from the subtle skeleton chains adorning their necks.  
True to form Vivienne Westwood proudly promoted the fight for climate revolution with this simple badge. I admire such an iconic and world renoun designer that uses their position to make more people aware of important causes. If I had one I would wear it proudly.

JIMMY Q! My idol Jimmy looked amazing exposing his life ruiner for all to see. Im enjoying the flash of yellow print teamed witht the burnt orange cardigan. Winter warmer.

Deep triangle placement knits continued from previous season reworked in new colours. These drop crotch pants are amazing -an outfit suitable for work and play.

Whats not to love elaborate facepaint and sexual quiff. I'll see you after class ;)

Someone's not enjoying the baker boy hat.

I adore this check ensemble. The matching scarf compliments the zip through bomber and tapered pant. Love the flash of orange on the graphic shopper. Season must have.

The oldskool Westwood rebellion continus...

Wasp meets houndstooth meets stormtrooper. The bomber hoodie combo is amazing. Pollution is highlighted again with a matching facemask. Who said smog can't be stylish.

This is my favourite piece of the entire collection! Large typography is on trend as is the apple green contrast lettering. Love this oversized piece. One day I hope to be able to afford it.

Vivienne Westwood reworks the militaria look.

Wetlook sleeve varsity jacket. Forest green. Ideal for winter season.

The shape of this coat is so different and relaxed compared to previous collections of hard tailored outerwear pieces. The stripe makes it more casual. Socks. I WANT.

Ending the show a suave gentlemen in a classic suit teamed with warpaint maybe symbolising the ongoing war agains world climate pollution?

Peace. Raw-Couture.

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