Mescalero Print

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Mescalero Pin-up 1

In my personal collection of Westwood clothing I found an old piece from the AW’83 show ‘The Nostalgia of Mud’ that I wore quite a bit at the time. It is a multi coloured woollen vest with matching leggings. On the vest is a print called the Mescalaro print as it is a design created by the Mescalaro Indians (a sub-tribe of the Apache) of south-central New Mexico USA (the name is from a plant indigenous to the area which was a staple food source for the tribe, the Mescal Agave. This is the same plant that the Spaniards later made the alcoholic drink Mescal from).
I haven’t seen any press or old photos of the piece so I thought that I would have some fun & do a shoot with it myself with the help of the lovely Tomoka.
A bit ‘tongue in cheek’, I thought I’d have a go at an Indian Pin-Up……….

Ben Westwood

Mescalero Pin-up 2

Ben Westwood

Mescalero Pin-up 3

Mescalero Indians

Mescalero Indians

Mescalero Indian

Mescalero Indian

Vivienne Westwood

Mescalaro Print AW’83

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Mescalero Print

  1. Thats funny … I have the jumper and socks in that and was wearing the jumper last week … I always thought the print was of Battersea Powerstation … It doesn’t half look like it !!!

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