Sarah Burton story in March issue of Interview. This McQueen moment was captured by Fabian Baron and David Burton.
Another McQueen moment by Fabien and David Burton
Undercover SS12. love the “she brings the rain” jacket <3
Sarah Burton | by: Fabien Baron, David Burton for Interview Magazine
Photo: Sarah Burton by Fabien and David Burton for Interview Magazine. Gorgeous and creepy at the same time, her head reminds me of the nurses in silent hill…
Julie Adams 1954
Vivienne Westwood F/W 12.13 via Vogue.
“Her way of making everything look wonderful this afternoon revolved around the 17th Century - due to her involvement half way through the creation of the collection with making costumes for comedy The Man of Mode, which originates from that time. That and some green strobe lights - of course it wouldn’t be the 17th Century without them.
So, we were treated to Westwood signatures in corseted and bustled dresses, but this time they took on a more angular construction and peaked mountainously at the shoulder. There were tartan jackets and little shorts and Camden tutus over crazy tights with Spice Girls wedge platforms of the clompiest stilt variety.
They were an eclectic bunch, Westwood’s posse. We had blanket coats and hooded sweeping cloaks, knits of pink and green with inserts into a pair of trousers to make them bag all-in-one style - and we had some old school underwear all-in-ones in there too.
There were dresses that had a flag quality to them - all very patriotic and London - and there were sequin and bejewelled bosomy corsets with mini crinis to modern them up a touch.
These were noble women, they were women with a cause (Westwood’s woman always has a cause) and there was even one woman - enveloping feather coat and massive platforms in tow - that was on a bike. Lucky for her and lucky for us, there was no crash. “