Culturally very English, the motif is familiar with the punk excesses of the 70's. Vivienne Westwood awakens her seditious moods on King's Cross Road - her historic address - and embraces the protest spirit of London's underground life.
In the country of the rigid Margaret Thatcher, it is a question of shocking as much as of being heard. Freed from politics, the motif today plunges back into kitsch. That of the integral combinations of Marine Serre or Richard Quinn, young graduate of the Centrale Saint-Martins, matrix of what the English fashion counts of more exuberant.
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