Vivienne Westwood most certainly put her opinions across about fracking warfare through her collection.
Westwoods show notes consisted of: “Attention: Fracking is the Big Fight. In England we must all challenge the irresponsible behavior of our governments who are trying to force fracking upon us with no consideration of alternatives. The public must be informed. One thing is sure: At this point in time we must think before we rush into further action to fracture our earth.”
The collection included the infamous, wild three button suits and tailored coats. But what caught our eye at Pause, were the large variety in positively thick, duvet coats, big sweaters and tracksuits. The tracksuits were a large hit with fashionistas, they were in gold lame or see through mesh, an exciting perception on the style.
The image of a fracking war was strongly portrayed through apocalyptic anoraks, excess layers and metallic tracksuits. The matrix style of clothing was reinforced through the models, who had black or white hair in rigid shapes and hair-sprayed on a whole new level representing petroleum .