Distorted nursery tales in fine warrior knits, red riding hood capes and appliqué gowns
Westwood’s warriors protest through the dirt in gowns.
Socially engrained tales: Shakespeare, nursery rhyme and the ongoing environmental drama.
Models had golden dirt splatters across their faces, and hair was pushed forward into a messy bouffant by Sam McKnight.
Bow and arrows slung around the waist, a Bo Peep crook, and a tartan rose flower head piece.
Continuing her climate revolution, for this collection Westwood wanted to remind us that 'everything is connected' and that we can all make a difference.
Stand out look:
The leather lace flower appliqués over sheer tulle.
The show was held inside Le Centorial - a former bank in the centre of Paris. Westwood filled it with smoke and models appeared from escalators.
Leopard print platforms, knee high socks covered in dollar signs and separate embroidered sleeves worn like hand-less gloves.
Delicate sheer knit and fishnet layers, a pixelated stingray print and a red fabric that crinkled like paper.
Deranged opera mix by Dominik Emrich, listen below.