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.”

Westwood opened with a sharp double-breasted suit in a windowpane check, and segued into her signature draped tailoring, which was especially strong in a plunging black jumpsuit with a notched tuxedo collar. A rose-garden print bloomed on a silk jumpsuit, a leather jacket and a draped dress, also mingling with sequins in a gown cinched at the waist with a double-buckle belt.

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.”

Westwood opened with a sharp double-breasted suit in a windowpane check, and segued into her signature draped tailoring, which was especially strong in a plunging black jumpsuit with a notched tuxedo collar. A rose-garden print bloomed on a silk jumpsuit, a leather jacket and a draped dress, also mingling with sequins in a gown cinched at the waist with a double-buckle belt.

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