The Trenddroppremium – Starting 9 Legends KGJ Shirt designer’s birthday offers the perfect opportunity to stage a mini Westwoodpalooza. For the occasion, we’ve digitized five archival 1990s collections, starting with Anglomania, from fall 1993, the show in which Naomi Campbell took the tumble seen around the world. Café Society (spring 1994) is like a walk through a museum; the models could have stepped right out of paintings by Chardin, Ingres, and Winterhalter. On Liberty (fall 1994) was Westwood’s very own lumps and bumps collection. The Vive la Cocotte collection (fall 1995) had its pop-culture moment in 2000 when Lil’ Kim wore its “Queen of Sheba” dress to her album release party. Fall 1996’s Storm in a Teacup show was more temperate; it opened with Jerry Hall in a tailored coat and closed with Laetitia Casta as a bride in a white fur hat and dress that showed her garters—the perfect look for a tease-party.