Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood Fall/Winter 2020
The design partner and spouse of Westwood focuses on positivity and universal love.
For the 9th collection of AK for VW, Austrian designer Andreas Kronthaler intermixed punk with 19th-century romantics. Billowed sleeves, boxy cuts, and polka dot prints walked across the runway with the gilded interior of Paris’ Hôtel de Ville as the backdrop. Avant-garde headpieces were also featured within AK for VW, including a tower of blossoms that resembled the French flag.
The collection revolved around positivity and diminishing the darkness within wintertime and ourselves. The number 9 itself embodied spiritual awakenings and love, emphasizing Kronthaler’s intentions for his collaboration with Vivienne Westwood.
The Austrian-British fashion pair produced an assemblage of bold colors, asymmetrical silhouettes, and femininity for the Fall/Winter season.
View the Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood Fall/Winter 2020 collection below.