Vivienne Westwood’s red label never disappoints perhaps less dramatic than years gone by, the collection was still impossibly perfect.
Full of punk sprit the collection impressed in all the right ways, smaller than perhaps other designers Vivien Westwood said: “she was focusing on quality not quantity”.
There was no commitment to any particular style, but oversized coats, animal prints and teals featured heavily throughout.
Layering in true Vivienne Westwood style, was ever permanent and her trademark metallic’s and prints dominated.
An early dig at the future Queen of England, Julian Assuage on her T-shirt, and make up on her models fit for clowns, Vivien Westwood as ever commands London Fashion Week.