Vivienne Westwood has never shied away from controversy, and when we heard the news about her turning up to David Cameron's house in a tank to protest fracking plans, we knew she'd have something special planned for London Fashion Week.
The designer held another anti-establishment protest today ahead of her Red Label spring/summer 16 show in the form of this aptly titled 'Fash Mob'.
Kitted out in head-to-toe Vivienne Westwood, the designer and a band of models paraded the streets branding signs reading "Climate Revolution," "Fracking is a crime," "Austerity is a crime" and “Politicians Are Criminals” - a campaign turned into slogan tees featured in the Vivienne Westwood Man spring/summer 2016 collection.
This isn't the first time the 74-year-old has used fashion to spread her Climate Revolution campaign message either, taking to her own catwalk in 2012 bearing a giant slogan banner.
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Westwood's Red Label S/S 16 show was every inch as anarchistic, with models transformed by dystopian Mad Max-esque makeup and the Fash Mob cheering from the rafters.
Vivienne Westwood with a model backstage
The event was also a star-studded affair - supermodels Lizzy Jagger and Alice Dellal stormed the catwalk, while celebs like Lily Allen and Foxes were spotted on the FROW.
Foxes, Dree Hemingway, Lily Allen, Harriet Verney and Phoebe Collings-James on the Vivienne Westwood Red Label S/S 16 FROW
See all the catwalk looks and Fash Mob backstage action below: