• Vivienne Westwood Single Breasted Lelio Jacket Tartan
  • Vivienne Westwood Single Breasted Lelio Jacket Tartan
  • Vivienne Westwood Single Breasted Lelio Jacket Tartan
  • Vivienne Westwood Single Breasted Lelio Jacket Tartan

Vivienne Westwood Single Breasted Lelio Jacket Tartan

  • Model: 14010063W00H6G201
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Vivienne Westwood Single Breasted Lelio Jacket Tartan
Description
MacAndy tartan
Long sleeves
Fully lined
Single breasted
Button at the front
Tonal stitching
Longline silhouette
Peak lapels
Padded shoulders
Two front flap pockets
 
Vivienne Westwood Single Breasted Lelio Jacket Tartan
Composition
100% Wool
The wool in this fabric is mulesing-free. Mulesing is a cruel practice whereby a sheep's fur is stripped and left with exposed wounds around the tail to create smoother skin that won't collect moisture. Often sheep who undergo mulesing still suffer and die from flystrike.
 
Vivienne Westwood Single Breasted Lelio Jacket Tartan
Care Instructions
Please handle this piece with care and carefully follow the washinginstructions.
 
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Vivienne Westwood exudes the same charm as it did back in the ‘70s, even better when it’s on sale. Founded in an influential London store, the brand’s clothing echoes Victoriana and punk aesthetics. Bringing embellishments like safety pins and chains to the fashion mainstream, nothing compares to sale jewelry. From pearl chokers to Orb necklaces and earrings, look out for bags and purses with reduced prices too.
 
Progressive and subversive designer Vivienne Westwood came to fame when she launched her label alongside Malcolm McLaren in 1971. Synonymous with the British punk movement, the brand’s designs have evolved over the years with influences ranging from fetishism and D.I.Y biker wear to 80s new romance and upper-class hunting gear to activism. Known for its use of British fabrics including tartan plaid and Harris tweed – whose insignia has been incorporated into the label’s signature orb logo – Vivienne Westwood channels a patriotic stance in an alternative way. An environmental advocate, the designer is also dedicated to philanthropic causes that promote ecological, societal and political change, a mindset that is often demonstrated through her ready-to-wear, handbag, footwear, and accessories collections.
 
Vivienne Westwood
The British style icon and “Queen of the fashion puzzle” draws inspiration from punk rock in the seventies, whereby the significance and stylish influence of historic icons gain successively more relevance. The artist unites the outfits of these archetypes with current elements of modernity. In doing so, the consistently generous, sometimes even wasteful consumption of materials is an expression of her unusual signature style. Her unconventional sewing and cutting techniques have made her famous just as much as her extroverted and anti-bourgeois demeanour.
 
Unique Style
From an early age, Westwood was a partisan of extravagant looks, not based on short-lived trends, but that were rather expressions of her emotions. Despite all of her creative imagination and otherness, her creations are characterised by precision, longevity, and above all, a love for details. Every piece is one of a kind, which emphasises the individuality of mankind and opposes any kind of conformity. Vivienne Westwood’s style has continually impacted and inspired the modern history of fashion, Vivienne Westwood shoes still to this day stand for a timeless fashion revolution. At the same time, her fashion isn’t intended to please the world, but rather to change it. Vivienne Westwood doesn’t follow trends - she sets them.