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Editorial

Prince Charles’ face appeared in black and white on one of Vivienne Westwood’s t-shirts; the British designer chose him because they both champion the environment. The wardrobe was a unisex one that used lots of tartan and check motifs on single and double-breasted blazers and slim trousers, while the ‘fighting’ looks had soft knits and cardigans paired with drawstring track pants tucked into boots and high top sneakers. There were outfits printed with all-over sterling banknotes, which also appeared in layered tongues on sneakers, eye-catching floral motifs on evening jacket sleeves and lapels, which were also worn with camouflage balaclavas.