London Fashion Week: a study in opulence and urgency

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Vivienne Westwood, a designer who has long used her runway shows as a platform for her political views — Greenpeace, global warming and Leonard Peltier are just a few issues that come to mind — used her Homo Loquax (translation “chattering man”) show to focus on concerns both political and environmental, filling her stage with protest slogan T-shirts and activists (including John Sauven, the executive director of Greenpeace UK, and actress Rose McGowan) and her show notes with suggestions like “tell children the truth,” and “fashion’s all about styling: buy less, choose well, make it last.”



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