A Glimpse At Autumn's Retro-Punk Side, Courtesy Of Vivienne Westwood

It goes without saying that we applaud, nay adore, originality. Especially when it comes to personal style. And the often-controversial Vivienne Westwood has been the last word in truly original style since her first shop on the King’s Road opened in 1971.
She’s come a long way since then, but her core values remain the same. Each collection she sends down the runway embodies the revolutionary attitude that made her name famous in the first place.
And this is exactly what we felt while watching the video for the autumn/winter '13 Vivienne Westwood Red Label collection. The nipped-in jackets, vinyl-effect skirts and (slightly scary) black-lined lips struck the perfect balance of '50s glamour and punk spirit. Just the way we like it.

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