Dame Vivienne Westwood presented her Red Label collection, which had a certain 40s aroma, as expressed by ample double-breasted coats with large round lapels, silk scarves tied around the models’ head, knee-length skirts and retro pearl necklaces. A tartan pantsuit brought a touch of Englishness to this elegantly ‘wise’ collection, while a beautiful red signature bias cut dress and silk printed one that generously enhanced the hips recalled Westwood’s legendary work on Eighteenth Century tailori...


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