Sonntag, 15. Januar 2012

Vivienne Westwood Red Label S/S 12 - Part 1/2


The collection was inspired by a Degas Painting of young girls watching Spartans exercising and the ancient games- with classic cuts and tailoring all taken from the Vivienne Westwood archive collections.


The chalk patterns from the painting influenced the strong silver palate through the collection with the ancient look somehow transforming into a space age Barbarella which was also reflected in the hair and make-up.


Tropical wool from the classics and Price of Wales checks in cotton created sharp smart suiting looks.


The show also introduced the Rainforest charity, Cool Earth, and a campaign that is very close to Vivienne’s heart- a plan to save the most vulnerable Rainforest areas by 2020.


Sitting front row alongside the fashion royalty were celebrities Kelis, Pamela Anderson, Erin O’Conner, Tracey Emin, Jaquetta Wheeler, Portia Freeman, Zara Martin, Eliza Doolittle, Paloma Faith, and Sunday Girl.


The show took place at the historical Smithfields Market, London.



Copyright: / Vivienne Westwood

How do you like the collection and the make up?

5 Kommentare:

Sierra hat gesagt…

beautiful pictures! love your blog :)

Hannah Hawkshaw hat gesagt…

Really great colourful make-up! The model in the first image almost looks doll-like!

Unknown hat gesagt…

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Unknown hat gesagt…

Vivienne is so unique and her style is so powerful... i´ve been a great fan of hers for a while now.
incredible pictures! i love how you post such good quality pics!!
XX jannine

Heather Fonseca hat gesagt…

I think it's interesting but it seems like all the theater is in the makeup and hair. The clothes are actually very wearable. I see the inspiration in the makeup, but not in the clothes and the two are so different it doesn't feel like they go together.

Love the clothes though.

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