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The late 1980s and early 1990s saw Vivienne Westwood reintroduce strong notions of tartan into her collections. In an extraordinary mix-up of ideas from Scotland, Texas, punk and the Village People she created the Tartan Cowboy. Always drawing from history and then the British aristocracy, plaid was a constant.
This cloth has powerful connections with often-romanticized notions of Scottish identity and history. Plaid has also been widely used as a fashion textile owing to the appealing and distinctive nature of its various patterns, which are known as setts.
Tartans are in high demands, and this line is another winner. Introducing a Serena sneaker, Ava heel, Marilyn block heel and a Paris clutch.
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