Vivienne Westwood’s newest collection was a mashup of patchwork fabrics, multi-colored ensembles, and boyish features. Inspired by Italian artists Donatello and El Greco for their marble draping and colors respectively, Westwood brought both to the forefront of her line. With loosely structured blazers and flouncy hemlines, the pieces were filled with movement. Most aggressive for Westwood was the mixing of prints in a multitude of colors and overlapping plaids in a pinks, reds, and blues combined. Fedoras topped off trousered outfits, adding a newsboy appeal to more casual looks. Silky dresses and glitzy gowns closed out the runway, giving the artsy collection a sleek finishing touch. While some looks were overwhelmed by colors and prints galore, Westwood succeeded in bringing creativity to the forefront of her fall 2016 collection.