Vivienne Westwood is a political figure at London fashion week


The ith Vivienne Westwood and Craig green are both on Monday, and the last day of London fashion week menswear is guaranteed to be an unfettered creative British celebration.
A typical Vivienne Westwood show is reactive, often inconsistent with other parts of fashion week, and the series is no exception. First, there was no performance. Instead, the audience watched a two-minute, 45-second film, mainly in the evening or backstage character model Westwood, the European flag and some sandbags.
Second, the subject is war. Any war, in fact, is simply “not to be killed”, which is the message that Westwood has introduced into her eco-activist pattern of energy duplication.
The 76-year-old designer is often confronted with the same situation: if you see a banner, there are some beautiful clothes. This collection combines military history with texture, focusing more on color than on uniforms. Westwood’s famous princess coat, this time for both men and women, is made of giant camouflage prints, tweed and undyed wool.
Belt coat and baggy pants is in a traditional red army melton burrs, and two-piece suit and put on the robes were dyed Lord mountbatten color during the second world war is introduced. Usually, there are a lot of tartan, vibrant camouflage and cartoon twist. Westwood promotes both genders, although her reasoning is also in the environment – sharing clothes with boys – and not just after sex.
The models on the face, wearing wigs and earrings and a luxurious blush wig are the flip of Leigh Bowery and Taboo. Their expressions caused the weekend some of the more popular programs, such as Charles Jeffrey and Rottingdean Bazaar, they are fun, strong colors, the modelling of deep and strange equipment gives a similar concern.
Westwood talks about war, peace signs, CARDS and fights. “You all know what I’m doing – I use fashion as a means of activism to stop climate change and mass extinctions on earth,” she said.

Earlier today, London born Craig Green (Craig Green) at the Museum of London Fire Brigade (London Fire Brigade Museum) for his autumn winter show took over the Vauxhall (Vauxhall) of a dark hall. Graduated from central saint martins university, he launched his own brand in 2012 and was immediately praised.
For the past two years, green has been a leader in British men’s wear designers, and his designs have been loved by fashion critics, buyers and Hollywood blockbusters. He filmmakers Ridley Scott (Ridley Scott), for the 2015 “Alien: the Covenant” (Alien: Covenant) design clothing, his creation by rihanna, jay Z and drake.
The buzz around this set is perceptible. Green became a ruse, with mi6’s headquarters dimly aware of its surroundings, and the heavy structure of the coat in the series. However, he revealed in the background that he was actually inspired by his childhood imagination: “do you know what you were like when you were young and didn’t know anything?
Colorful quilts gown designed imaging “human tent”, mint green structures such as jet skis, giant masks “shield”, similar to “you found the terrible at grandma’s house old clock”.
“When you were a kid, you thought about the future, when you thought you could fly,” Greene says. As for latex? “Because it’s shiny.” All of a sudden, the models seemed to be like Buzz Lightyear and Green, and the kid was crazy in a department store.
His love of uniforms and early ambitions for sculptors was evident in his work and increased his creative spark. When he described hand-made “three colors of transparent nylon cotton to 3 kinds of color cotton” as the basis of your coat, or “hang tennis on the bending of willow, make structure shows the dynamic movement”, you will know that you are dealing with an original mind. If the devil is in the details, then green is a person.