The beauty of Vivienne Westwood is that she can start off with literally any theme and still have the resulting show turn out like a giant "fuck you". With this season's Red Label collection she went for a ladylike mid-20th-century aesthetic, using boxy woollen suits and 1950s cocktail dresses as a jumping-off point.
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Erdem Moriaglu's speciality is delicate floral patterns and neat, precise tailoring. This season he went for an unexpectedly neon turn, combining bright, almost clashing colours with snakeskin print. His inspiration was Zenna Henderson, the 20th century sci-fi author, and the result was a look that combines 1950s femininity with hints of alienness, both in the slightly-too-bright fabric choices and in the touches of snakeskin.
a giant geodesic dome.