More Reasons to Love Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood has been a busy lady in 2009, and we get to reap the wonderful fruits of her hard labour.

Lady Westwood has not one, but two collaborations we are excited to report back to you.

First off the feisty Brit is joining forces with Lee Jeans and her Anglomania label to create a nine-piece capsule collection. But these won’t be just any jeans: we are talking about Vivienne Westwood here. Prepare for punked out super-skinny jeans and micro-shorts for women and bondage style and skinny jeans for men. But lady Westwood doesn’t stop there, they will all be in metallic gold and copper washes and screen-printed with trompe l’oeil lace details.

Keep your eyes out for these little gems in Westwood boutiques in 2010; prices will range from $130 to $320 USD

Image from Style.com

As we said before we have two Westwood collaborations to tell you about. The second will have the interior design and fashion junkies giddy with joy. Westwood teamed up with Cole & Son to create her own wallpaper collection. The prints are based on past and present designs from her ready to wear collections.

Westwood’s autumn 1981 Pirate collection inspired the Squiggle pattern and her spring 2007 I Am Expensive collection inspired Cut Out Lace. If there was ever any doubt, and there NEVER should have been, Westwood has proven time and again, she is one of the best designers of our time.

Image from WWD.com

Prices range from $87 USD, for a standard roll $298 for a trompe l’oeil design that looks like a ruched tartan fabric

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