One can never miss the upside down Piccadilly Circus photo on the wall and the archive shoes in the glass showcase.
“Do It Yourself” Tee (limited edition souvenir) on mannequin with the limited edition Vivienne Westwood Opus book. The infamous Urban Guerrilla bondage trousers suit in red and white tartan is also one of the highlighted exhibits.
Showpieces from A/W 2012 Gold Label Collection
Precious tiara from Gainsborough Fine Jewellery Collection
More valuable exhibits on 2/F
Limited edition cushions only available during the showcase period
Corset and bum cage were appeared in the A/W 1995 fashion show - Vive la Cocotte
Climate Revolution Uniform reveals Vivienne’s concern towards environmental protection
20.08.2013 | HONG KONG

Vivienne Westwood《CHAOS》Showcase

The《CHAOS》Showcase which is currently shown at Vivienne Westwood boutique in Wellington Street, Cental, celebrates the ingenuity and creativity of British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, from punk to couture; exploring her many inspirations, including historic costumes and 18th century French paintings.

Exhibits range from the infamous Urban Guerrilla bondage trousers suit from 1977, the couture pieces from recent Gold Label line, to the latest Climate Revolution Uniform from Spring Summer 2013 collection. It also features some precious archive including the Elevated Tartan Lace-up Shoe from Autumn Winter 1993 and the Foundation and Bum Cage from Autumn Winter 1995 Vive la Cocotte collection. The shop is re-decorated with the upside down Piccadilly Circus photograph, a restoration from the interior deco of “Seditionaries” shop at 430 King’s Road in late 1970s.

The showcase features the Gainsborough Palladium Fine Jewellery which is inspired by the trompe l’oeil technique in the Baroque period. It is worth to highlight that this collection is showed and available for sale in Hong Kong for the very first time.

Showcase Info:
Date: 6th June – 31st August 2013
Venue: Vivienne Westwood boutique
27-29 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong

Opening Hours: 10:30am – 8:30pm
Free admission