The designer has, however, pledged support for the new British Labor party leader, Jeremy Corbyn.
— September 21, 2015
Vivienne Westwood opened her Red Label show with stylishly dressed protestors carrying placards that bore slogans such as “Austerity is a Crime” and “Fracking is a Crime.”
— September 20, 2015
This collection — a diffusion line, as the designer shows her main one in Paris — was extensive, and there was something for every woman.
— February 22, 2015
She opened with a series of power suits with exaggerated details, such as broad shoulders and oversize padded lapels.
— September 14, 2014
Singers Jessie J and Paloma Faith were among those at the show.
— February 17, 2014
Westwood focused on dressing a “posh, privileged, looked-after, very English woman,” as she put it.
— February 16, 2014
Lily Cole introduced Vivienne Westwood’s Red Label show with a melancholy dance inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s grisly fairy tale “The Red Shoes.”
— September 15, 2013
References were Pina Bausch, Vaslav Nijinsky and the Ballet Russes, with some ghoulishness thrown in for good measure.
Makeup artist Val Garland made a kabuki base for features, and then drew on acrylic paints in primary tones.
— February 18, 2013
Catherine Deneuve in the Sixties and Seventies was the inspiration behind this collection of familiar, ladylike dresses and suits.
— February 17, 2013