Convincing us of her new mission, the English fashion designer dressed women in tailored suits and ties, while male models donned knits infused with a feminine touch – which included jumpers with plunging necklines and tight knitwear that accentuated the torso. 

Throughout the Vivienne Westwood collection the queen of modern punk gave a nod to the British royal family by printing the Prince of Wales' face on several pieces of clothing. With other bold prints adorning suits, jackets and sportswear, such as patterns of British Sterling banknotes, bold checks and modern florals.

In addition, the colourful lineup was filled with Westwood's signature separates such as knit vests, drop crotch pants created from a range of classic fabrics from her homeland and exaggerated collars seen on shirts and coats.