Lily Cole stunned fashionistas as she opened the Vivienne Westwood show with a solo dance in silence.
Wearing a Grecian-inspired, draped gown and bathed in a pool of red, Lily looked stunning as she performed the interpretive dance.
Speaking backstage, Vivienne said the performance was a "metaphor" for her climate change concerns – a theme that ran through the show. "I just use fashion as an excuse to talk about politics," she said. "Because I'm a fashion designer, it gives me a voice, which is really good."
The collection, with its collarless shirts tucked into high-waisted, paper bag shorts and stunning brocade dressed paired with 'climate' emblazoned tshirts was also a talking point.
Lily left the audience stunned as she performed her interpretive dance
The pool of red light and her nude, Grecian-inspired draped gown added drama to the performance
Singer Paloma Faith and actress Anna Kendrick bonded on the front row, while Lady Victoria Hervey posed for the cameras
With stunning gowns paired with 'climate' emblazoned tshirts, the collection was also a talking point
In what has become one of Vivienne's catwalk signatures, the models had their faces painted
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