This is another style from our remake of Vivienne’s favourite dresses from last summer’s Gold Label collection. It’s a real summer piece based on the spiral cutting principal, which dominated SS12. An easy thing for your next beach holiday. Balloon Dress in cotton voile, garment washed, one size, £290.00
Some of you might remember the River Dress. We only had one of it, it’s a Gold Label Design which didn’t make it into the collection at the time. For 4 years we put it in Worlds End during winters. No one loved it, no one wanted it. The price dropped to under £100 sometimes depending on Lisa’s mood. Finally we gave it to the sample sale last weekend. One of our current interns made the pick, it looks amazing on her and she loves it!
Dear All, please apologise the long silence on here. We’ve been busy with a great new project which I’ll tell you more about next week.
Take a look at this dress. You may recognise it from Gold Label, it was used there for two seasons. Now we have a basic version of it at Kings Road. This great shape is just made from square pattern pieces, all with torn edges. A truly conceptual garment that is supposed to be washed and hang normally, no extra care required. Gigot Dress in plain cotton voile for £295.00 available at Worlds End now.
“I am not a fashionista and I don’t intend to be one. I wear clothes that make me comfortable and happy. I chose Vivienne Westwood not only because of her genius designs but also for the things she promotes and fights for. I have now inherited her advice ‘Buy less – Choose well’. My choice includes the Slogan Square- and Squiggle shirts and I adore the Mountain hats too. These pieces make you feel you’re not just wearing something, but making a statement as well. It is not to everyone’s cup of tea, but hey, this is what makes me unique. My favourite Westwood shop has got to be Worlds End. It’s another world of its own filled with special things. Lisa Reynolds, the shop manager, makes you feel welcome and want to come back again and again. Vivienne once said ‘Fashion is about eventually being naked’, but for now I’ll keep my hat and towel.”
Alquin Soriano Magpantay