The designer imagined workers taking over Paris’ City Hall but it was no revolution, just quiet evolution.
Bella Hadid closed a show that was typical Westwood: zany in style and full of wearable elements.
Nothing’s ever too much for Andreas Kronthaler, whose experimental instincts for Vivienne Westwood’s fall 2019 collection were still intact.
The collection as a whole was characteristically wacky with a smorgasbord of wearable elements in its parts.
The collection paid tribute to Vivienne Westwood’s “life in fashion,” but had a new sense of punk.
Plumped with apocalyptic gypsy raver gear, the collection had a Burning Man goes to Austria vibe.
The arty collection was largely inspired by Austria’s Wiener Werkstätten movement, while also updating classic Westwood styles.
The designer was inspired by the women in his life for his collection, which had a casually undone, beach-meets-boudoir vibe.
Andreas Kronthaler tapped spiritual references in his first collection as the principal designer of the label.