Vivienne Westwood is the punk aesthetic par excellence, the activist who has been committed to the environment for thirty years, the revolutionary with her outfits. Each show becomes a stage where you can demonstrate, amaze and even provoke.
It was the 80s, the years of pomp and pleasure, of revolution and female freedom when for the first time the corset comes to life not as a garment but as a garment.
And it was she, the fighting icon, who proposed it on the catwalks in the fall-winter 1987 /1988 top version, creating it with an elegant Harris Tweed and thus creating the iconic Stature of Liberty corset. The garment was completely twisted according to the aesthetic revolution of Vivienne Westwood. The symbolic element of the noble female costume of the eighteenth century, is exhibited in all its charm with a lot of neckline and cues. From that moment, Vivienne Westwood not only gave birth to her iconic boss, but she had the strength to make the corset a symbol of 80s fashion. So 30 years after his debut on the runway, Vivienne Westwood presents an exclusive limited edition of her corset. Made of satin (black, red and white) it will only be available at single-brand stores in London, New York, Paris, Milan and Los Angeles.
“Buy less, Choose Well, Make it last” by Vivienne for all women.