Flowers by Bergdorf’s: Vivienne Westwood – Red Label Autumn

Press Release: Vivienne Westwood – Red Label Autumn – Winter 2015/16

The girl who wears Red Label – I want to tell you about her, she’s a bit like me. She was lucky enough to be born in the country and she moved with her family to London when she was 17. She knows the names of all the trees and she’s always been a reader. Since she’s been in London she’s gone to the museums all the time. She’s an art lover and she really thinks culture is very, very important. If we had true culture we would not be in the situation we’re in. Culture has been replaced by consumption- which is quite a different thing.

At the moment we are controlled by 1% of the world population who are in power. They preach consumption, and they preach war, and they’re taking us into disaster. We are in incredible danger.

There is no point in voting for the others. She is going to vote Green.

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Bergdorf’s Christmas Fayre 2013

Sunday, 1st December at the exclusive Bingham Hotel and Restaurant running from 12pm to 5pm.

We will be serving mulled wine, sparkling wine and tasty treats of cakes by Robin and our Danish cookie selection! We have Danish trees to order, Danish wreaths, Danish candle arrangements, Danish ornaments and much more…

Also, we will be taking orders for Christmas and new years eve decorations Looking forward to seeing you and please bring friends and family.


Note from Tizer Bailey, Executive Assistant at Vivienne Westwood Ltd

In such a grand, old hall we would have been very cold without the deep red displays that warmed and intensified the pleasure of the evening. The candelabras too just added that time old glamour which only candlelight can.

Vivienne was so impressed with those beautiful, natural arrangements. You really understood exactly what we wanted and what we liked. I know they were taken home and much admired for the following week.

I very much look forward to working with you again in the near future.

Thanks again for all your hard work. It really didn’t go unappreciated.

Yours truly,

Tizer Bailey