Singer Kanye West sat in the front row, drawing more attention from photographers than any of the models or fashion figures."I loved it," he said afterward. "Particularly the boots. I like the military-style boots." Westwood received a standing ovation and seemed to bask in the attention like a queen acknowledging her adoring subjects.But before the show, she spoke to several reporters in stark terms about the environmental disaster facing the planet if climate change is not controlled. She predicted widespread hardships throughout much of Africa and Asia and other parts of the world.
On Wedneday, March 30, Dame Vivienne Westwood Brooches sale hosted the official launch party for her flagship store at 8320 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. Westwood has a reputation for producing edgy and punk-inspired, high-end collections so it seems only fitting that she would bring her aesthetic to one of LA's most colorful, eclectic shopping neighborhoods. AsThe Telegraph put it, "the kooky designer chose West Hollywood as the location for her first American shop, eschewing New York where style is more conservative and less prone to risk-taking."
Not content to blend into the crowd, these aren't just any PVC shoes. All Melissa shoes are made with the brand's own PVC which is- wait for it- scented. This footwear smells of bubblegum, thanks to the 'candylicious' scent of Melissa's PVC.Recent years have seen fashion brands move towards a more sustainable and fair production method, eliminating damage to the environment wherever possible. The PVC used to make the shoes is entirely free from animal products, totally hypo-allergenic and fully cruelty free. As well as all this, it is totally, 100% recyclable, putting the fashionista's conscience at ease.
Mrs Westwood also criticizes her ex-partner Malcolm McLaren, despite the fact their collaborations during the Seventies will feature prominently at the upcoming Costume Institute's, Punk: Chaos to Couture, exhibition.Margherita Missoni is pregnant! Fashion heiress revealed to be expecting her first child with racing driver Eugenio Amos Queen of style: Victoria Beckham is mocked up as iconic monarch in fashion royalty magazine special 'He was not a nice person. Very messed up,' she said. The designer also goes on to criticize the Metropolitan Museum, and the American fashion press in general, complaining: 'I was very cross with the Metropolitan Museum for not taking my retrospective. I think it's ridiculous.Related Articles: