Scarlett in Vivienne Westwood–Following up her lace-filled appearance at the Los Angeles premiere, Scarlett Johansson attended “Captain America: The Winter Doldier” premiere in London yesterday. The blonde actress looked red hot in a crimson colored dress from the fall 2014 collection from the Vivienne Westwood Red Label. Scarlett paired the look with shoes by Christian Louboutin and jewelry from Sonia Boyajian.
Westwood’s Green Campaign–A long supporter of preserving the earth, designer Vivienne Westwood has teamed up with Greenpeace for a campaign to help save the Arctic. Musicians, actors and models including Georgia May Jagger, Jerry Hall, George Clooney, Chris Martin and Monty Python’s Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam pose for Andy Gotts in a series of portraits. The Arctic is one of the last untouched places on earth and Greenpeace and Westwood hope to protect the region for generations to come.
Daisy Dresses Up – British model Daisy Lowe models a new collaboration between MatchesFashion.com and Vivenne Westwood. The line of dresses and gowns features plunging necklines, sculpted bodices and bold patterns. The 24 year-old seems like a perfect match for the job, citing that she has already been a fan of Westwood for many years, saying, “I wasn’t really that interested in fashion until one day, my mum (Pearl Lowe) came home with lots of big bags full of Vivienne Westwood clothes. Her dresses felt like playgrounds to me.”
Jennifer in Vivienne Westwood – Actress Jennifer Aniston attended the premiere of the film “Life of Crime” held during the Toronto International Film Festival. The star wore a strapless light blue dress from Vivienne Westwood to the event. Jennifer paired the look with nude pumps and her signature hairstyle.
Closing Time – The September issue of Vogue UK enlists Toby Knott to capture some of Britain’s best design talent prepping for the Olympics Closing Ceremony. Designers Christopher Bailey, Victoria Beckham, Erdem, Jonathan Saunders, Stephen Jones, Paul Smith and Vivienne Westwood give a peak at their design concepts in the candid portraits.