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Plaid rules Vivienne Westwood Red Label AW14 London show

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A very cheery red plaid won the day at designer Vivienne Westwood’s Autumn/Winter 2014 Red Label show at London Fashion Week AW14 on February 16, 2014 in London, England.

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That eye-catching red and grey plaid stole the show in its many incarnations as coats, suits and separates, which can be mix and matched with one chic pieces from the Vivienne Westwood Red Label A/W 2014 collection.

Westwood also offers some retro-inspired pieces including broad lapelled coats and several chic skirt suits, all accessorized with black triangle motif pantyhose, pillbox hats, ankle booties and classic low-heeled pumps.

Comparatively, this is a very sophisticated and understated collection, which includes a classic double-breasted black trenchcoat style overcoat, which the model teamed with a lacy white blouse, a black pillbox hat and retro pumps.

Similarly, the simple calf-length black dress with a scooped neck is understated yet elegant. Westwood’s double-breasted dark brown fur jacket and black leather suit are extremely stylish as well, though a touch of whimsy was added by her red suit with a black lapels that meet to form a heart – perfect for Valentine’s Day!

Gracing the front rows in style at the Vivienne Westwood Red Label AW14 show were singers Jessie J and Paloma Faith, as well as Vivienne Westwood and husband and Andreas Kronthaler, with Vivienne in a beige and black dress, unusual red and brown pumps and retro white mother-of-pearl frames. Enjoy the slideshow and video…


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