Shade and Shadow

Vivienne Westwood was part of the early punk movement in New York – living out the rock n’ roll fairytale that is still close at hand but has swiftly been lost in cultural upheaval and change. Where she once pinned up her own frocks in the East Village and saw the early New York Dolls show, now stands luxury wares and French cafes. She is known for her street-style garments that echo her native England in material and tone. She is equally known for her pomp and circumstance at runway shows. In a recent effort, she dressed fit men in beautiful dresses and in other bouts punked out girls to be the ultimate plaid-clad tomboys. 

Editorial Credits -  
Photography Sohail Fazluddin
Styling Meg Huffman
Model Emma Ranniger

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