Vivienne Westwood demolished the barriers between men’s and women’s wear with a collection thought to be unisex. To demonstrate the plausibility of her mission, she dressed a woman in tailored suits, while some male models sported knits infused with a feminine sensibility. They included lightweight draped sweaters and cardigans with plunging necks. A delicate feel also ran through the tailoring offering, which included suits with floral jacquard details. These definitely looked more suitable for men than a knitted one-shoulder dress with an unfinished, organic look. The lineup was also filled with Westwood’s signature separates such as loose, drop crotch pants worked in a range of British classic fabrics, including Prince of Wales and checks.