Vivienne Westwood sent her autumn/winter 2013 Red Label collection down the runway today as she descended colour chaos on London Fashion Week.
Psychedelic stripes led an otherwise modest collection of tribal prints, metallic accents, bust-friendly necklines and curve-enhancing tailoring.
Using her catwalk platform as a basis for underlining political views once more, Westwood targeted today's problems of climate control and the preservation of the planet. Starting with the Handbags, which were produced in Kenya through the United Nations International Trade Centre Ethical Fashion Programme.
Texture remained varied, with wool coats complimenting lurex knits and lace trims. But let's not forget the graphic make-up on show, courtesy of MAC as they worked from white complexions to create childlike squiggles and Andy Warhol-style colour flashes.
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