Place of origin. Great Britain (made) The Witches collection of autumn/winter 1983 was Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s final collaboration. It came following a trip to America to meet Keith Haring, whose fluorescent, graffiti-inspired designs would feature on a number of the pieces.
30 de dic. de 2022 · 293 likes nssgclub 🇮🇹/🇬🇧 @VivienneWestwood compie oggi 80 anni 🎂 Per celebrarla abbiamo deciso di ripercorrere alcune delle collezioni più iconiche dai "Pirates" della prima sfilata alle dame in tartan di "Anglomania”. - @VivienneWestwood turns 80 today 🎂
The Witches collection by Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren for fall/winter 1983–84, marks their last collaboration for their label World's End before Westwood started her eponymous fashion label. This iconic and transitional collection testifies of Westwood's love of historical pastiche as well as her active stance towards current ...
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VIVIENNE WESTWOOD, WITCHES COLLECTION. a heavy grey wool tunic dress with bright pink Keith Haring print to the front, and with wraparound zipper detail to the reverse, labelled World's End, circa 1983.
Witches, Autumn-Winter 1983/84 – Visit to New York, met Keith Haring. His art looked like magic signs and hieroglyphics. Therefore – collection “Witches”. – Hip Hop, styling of garments. – Stop-frame look. – White trainers customised with three tongues. – Pointed Chico Marx hats.
In 1984 the Nostalgia of Mud shop (now known as Worlds End) closes in West London and Vivienne relocates to Italy. Vivienne receives an invitation to show her Spring-Summer 1984 ‘Hypnos’ collection in Tokyo at Hanae Mori’s ‘Best of Five’ global fashion awards, with Calvin Klein, Claude Montana, and Gianfranco Ferre.