Despite having a history of donning wacky, out-there outfits, the “Younger Now” singer kept her look understated for her nuptials.
Riccardo Tisci, Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler hosted a party Friday night to mark the launch of the Vivienne Westwood and Burberry capsule.
The brand has released the limited-edition collection alongside a campaign by David Sims.
Westwood is set to receive the Swarovski Award for Positive Change.
Adidas, Finisterre and Vivienne Westwood all set out to prove wool’s cool factor.
The collection as a whole was characteristically wacky with a smorgasbord of wearable elements in its parts.
Westwood released her spring 2019 collections via a video, packed with messages furthering her agenda of sustainability and gender-fluid, smart dressing.
Tisci talked about a special project on Instagram with the designer who first inspired him.
Melissa identified a few of the artist’s videos that suited the brand and asked her to bring them to life in a captivating way.
It was a bittersweet night as friends and colleagues of the late designer Azzedine Alaïa celebrated the opening of the first Maison Alaïa flagship in London.
There are four works on display, including a triptych of framed pieces filled with the burnt memorabilia and slogans such as “Apathy in the U.K.,” “Ash From Chaos” and “Extinction.”
“Music was always a really good way for me to get anger and emotions out and to stay out of trouble,” explained the German-born singer-songwriter.
The exhibition explores the relationship between fashion and nature highlighting various objects starting from the early 1600s.