Vivienne Westwood suit from Prêt-a-Porter Spring Summer Collection 2001 in brown and floral print, consisting of a pence-like skirt and matching single-button blazer.
The print depicts a Dutch flower still life from 17th century painter Jan Davidsz de Heem. This painting was also featured in the Prêt-à-Porter Fall Winter Collection of 1995 by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood where it was featured as the backdrop of the iconic show Vive la Cocotte.
Pre-owned, in perfect vintage condition.
Size: EU 38/M.
Model's height is 1,78m for reference.
Vivienne Westwood is contemporary fashion’s preëminent iconoclast. Being punk’s prototype, Vivienne’s early work and experiments influenced an entire generation of British youth. With a sensitivity to traditional English textiles and fabrics, and opening her work to the dialogue of cinema, art and popular culture, she is one of the most innovative designers alive today.
Her designs are audacious, flirty, sexy, intellectual and feminine — and never commonplace. She has created a fashion universe that is at once theatrical, irreverent and completely original. The Vivienne Westwood signature is always unmistakable.