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London's double-deckers get fashionable


February 24, 2004
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Some of London's most famous designers, including Julien Macdonald, Vivenne Westwood and Zandra Rhodes, are doing their bit to make London even more stylish, giving some of the city's world-famous buses a dramatic makeover.

Mayor Ken Livingstone launched four of the trendy double-deckers, whose exteriors were designed by the famous fashionistas, into service on Wednesday.

Colour seemed to be the key for the eye-catching vehicles – Vivienne took inspiration from her latest collection with a stunning patterned motif, while Zandra looked to pop art to create her bright yellow bus. Julien, who was a huge hit at London Fashion Week a few days ago, went for a neon "circus" print set against a white background.

The effort is all part of London's One Amazing Week campaign, a series of one-off artistic events taking place between February 22 and 27. Other highlights of the promotion include the Tate Museum paint-by-numbers exhibition, which featured a visit from Claudia Schiffer, and a world-record attempt in the West End by modelling legend Jerry Hall.

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London Fashion Week darling Julien Macdonald shows off his neon "circus" print double-deckerPhoto: © AFP y
Photo: © Alphapress.com
Zandra Rhodes' contribution - a bright yellow pop art-inspired bus - is sure to stop traffic Photo: © PA

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