Vivienne Westwood FW23-24 Pays Homage To London And The Queen Of Punk

Fit with the House’s iconic tartan, Renaissance corsets and rebellious scenes.


Dame Vivienne Westwood may no longer be with us, but the Queen of Punk’s spirit lives on in the House’s new FW23-24 campaign collection. 

With designer Andreas Kronthaler at the helm of the brand, the campaign pays homage to Vivienne Westwood’s roots in an ode to London and her iconic designs and free spirit. 

Focused on subverting traditions, the collection features an abundance of the House’s iconic tartan, Renaissance and DIY themes, signature corsets, punk ripped jeans, graffiti prints and preppy fringed mini skirts. 

There is a notable essence of punk-inspired rebellion as patterns and proportions are juxtaposed. Ripped jeans are contrasted with perfectly cut holes at the knee; broad-shouldered blazers are paired with Renaissance-style trousers tucked into riding boots; gray tweed suits contrast with Western cowboy boots; whilst plaid, tartan, stripes and graffiti prints clash in perfect chaos.

For more visit the Vivienne Westwood website.

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