Westwood now creates unisex and cross-gender fashion since it is a more environmentally friendly design solution.

On our minds is Vivienne Westwood’s latest project tapping into unisex fashion. Centred around the ancient garment of the toga, the Dame let five upcoming creatives (including teen environmental activist Glacier Girl) style and shoot the project themselves. She means that making a point of unisex and cross-gender fashion is a good idea as it is a more environmentally friendly design solution, which should be embraced more by couples. The relaunched Gold Label sub-brand (now referred to as Kronthaler for Westwood, a move to credit Viv’s long-term co-worker and husband) saw several looks featuring the dress-like toga worn by men. Read more here.



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