Vivienne Westwood campaign alongside Andreas Kronthalers’ private survey of Vivienne’s personal wardrobe from the last 4 decades – where silhouettes are lovingly revisited, remade.
The campaign, lensed by MASTER photographer Juergen Teller, showcases the latest collection alongside iconic figures like Naomi Campbell and Penelope Tree. Teller, a longtime collaborator, brings his unique vision to the forefront. The campaign's standout feature is an exclusive look at Andreas Kronthaler's exhibition, which delves into Vivienne's personal wardrobe collected over the past forty years. This retrospective not only celebrates the evolution of style but also includes a reinterpretation of some of the house's most striking and memorable designs.
“At the beginning we wanted to shoot the campaign as a still life, it seemed the best way to show off Vivienne’s reimagined wardrobe. Display dummies came to mind, and we checked out factories where they are made. We found one of the last remaining in England in the far east of London, we put together a cast and went there to shoot the new campaign. The people in the factory were very welcoming and we could shoot in all their working places. It was very interesting and great to see how everything is made. We had a great day and such a pleasure to spend it with our cast as always.”