Vivienne Westwood has been at the epicentre of British fashion since she began selling her punk-inspired designs in Malcom McLaren’s influential Kings Road store, Sex, in the 1970s. The Dame of the British Empire revolutionized what is deemed appropriate to wear in public. Indeed, it was she who first introduced bondage trousers and other aspects of BDSM, along with safety pins and chains to the fashion mainstream. Her use of 17th and 18th century cutting techniques, especially the radical cutting lines she developed for men’s trousers, continue to be used and emulated today. Her work is politically charged and has run synonymous with the social changes of the last 50 years. A 1990's viscose and silk short sleeve jacket in gold. Logo embossed buttons. Made in Italy.
Size: Small (Womens)
Material: 100% Viscose; 100% Silk Liner
Condition: Mint Vintage Condition
Measurements are taken with the garment laying flat.
Arm Pit to Arm Pit: 15”
Front Length: 21”
Shoulder to Shoulder: 15”
Sleeves from Shoulder: 9.75”