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MFW: Vivienne Westwood SS15 Collection

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Menlook is the select store which offers more than 250 brands dedicated to men among which are Diesel, Carhartt, The North Face, Lacoste, Ralph Lauren, Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger, Paul and Joe and many more.

We’re giving only one of our lucky reader a chance to win a £100 gift card at Menlook. If you’re ready to upgrade your wardrobe this summer with  products, join the competition now…

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Here’s what you need to do to win, it’s very simple…

1. Follow @Pause_mag @Menlook on Twitter and re-tweet the competition from the @Pause_mag page
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Vivienne Westwood’s collection had a strong theme of a political protest. The show was entitled ‘Moral Outrage’ and there were an array of different political protests within the show. First was about what she thought was the illegitimate incarceration of a political activist Leonard Peltier, who was put in prison 40 years ago for the murder of two FBI agents – what she thinks is a fraud. Second is about the environmental effect that the materialist and consumerist industry of fashion is having – advertising her website ‘climaterevolution.co.uk’ where Westwood writes about her thoughts on the matter. Finally a documentary called Pig Business which is an undercover recount of the pig-farming trade in the UK.

The collection itself was full of what we would have expected from Vivienne Westwood – in a good way. There was plenty of frayed and patched denim, exaggerated shapes, wonderful printed suits, pirate vibes, relaxed silhouettes and bold colours. We were not disappointed.

Words: Abdullah Ali Jawad