Starting with the bride, so little 'graceful' in the normal way (or corny?) Of the term, you know who she is, Vivienne Westwood, the fashion monellaccia, the indomitable spirit that has made the revolution of punk and every day of his Life continues to be the last barricadera, even dictating the rules of the game of transgression (but the only wearable wife made it, marchettamente, for the film "Sex and The City"? mah ...).
Eclectic, dreamy, idealistic. Vivienne love the fact that he saw a revolution crumble, crushed by the bourgeois spirit that all of numbs and makes its own, creating less innocuous clones of the original (it was not so well for rock'n'roll, for grunge, for 'hip hop?). Vivienne Westwood has never bent to nothing and in this lies the secret of youth not only of his soul and his art, but also the ability to understand this crazy time we live and give it a face. According to the latest fall / winter 2012-2013, successfully presented at Paris Fashion Week, have returned to the volumes of the eighties, the years of cream.
The years of unconsciousness and recklessness, but we are well aware of all of us live in times when the crisis leaden tinge of its color everything it touches, like a King Midas in reverse ... but she is anything but a Westwood 'iconic beauty, indeed true warrior is inadequate. What you shake or long dresses with tartan drapes aerodynamic, is a strong woman and ready to fight. Independent, courageous, she expects no hero. She is his hero.
It is not a single woman, but only a creature aware that it's up to you to drive the last battle. How wonderful symbolic than his epaulettes eighties so sharp and impressive! It is no coincidence that we have seen a lot during this fashion week in Paris ready. We only hope that before you see them worn, because trendy (!) From mediocre fashion victim, wearing women with the spirit and personality to spare. Because this is their true meaning: nothing but a revival of the eighties. It is an invitation to arm themselves and go, each with their own talent. How many of you up the challenge?