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Enchanting Extravaganza at Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood’s Fall/Winter 2024 Showcase

The fashion world witnessed a mesmerizing spectacle at the Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood Fall/Winter 2024 runway show, where spinning dancers and yodelling set the stage for an unforgettable experience. The event unfolded in an all-white old campus university room, creating an atmosphere that transported attendees to a realm reminiscent of forest dwellers with a peculiar diet centered around mushrooms.

The extravaganza commenced with a captivating five-minute performance by the Sons of Sissy, featuring three men who took center stage. One artist created ASMR-type noises, while others danced and spun tirelessly, leaving the audience in a delightful daze.

The entertainment persisted throughout the show, with men tap dancing, clapping, and showcasing a variety of instruments. Notable figures, including the astonished Emma Chamberlain, were treated to a unique blend of artistry and fashion.

The runway debut unfolded with a model donning a symmetrically hole-knitted sweater paired with long john-type trousers, a polka-dotted jockstrap, ‘AK’ branded flame socks, and bow-adorned ballet-inspired flats. The jockstrap-turned-fanny pack emerged as a recurring element across both menswear and womenswear ensembles, complementing voluminous and layered looks. Classics like suit-style jackets were reimagined with arm holes, providing a distinctive touch to the collection.

House codes such as the iconic Westwood check made a prominent appearance, with Sam Smith gracing the runway in signature high pumps, jockstrap-bottoms featuring a blue, green, and red check, and accessorized with a matching headband, check scarf, and a muted green v-neck top, wielding a wooden cane.

Celebrity sightings continued with Lila Moss donning a striking blue ensemble, complete with gloves, headscarf, and towering burgundy pumps. Amelia Gray, another House favorite, made a statement in a dramatic black gown with ruffled, overgrown shoulders and a criss-cross pleated skirt.

The show seamlessly blended nostalgia with modernity, featuring 90s archival references like an open-chest, puffy-sleeved gown reminiscent of the Fall/Winter 1995 collection.

In this whimsical yet refined presentation, Andreas Kronthaler continues to lead the Vivienne Westwood brand, channeling the energy of the iconic designer, Vivienne Westwood, following the sad passing of his creative and life partner. The Fall/Winter 2024 collection stands as a testament to Kronthaler’s ability to push boundaries and captivate fashion enthusiasts worldwide.

Words: @annaamaso