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  • My Naked Soul

    Dame Vivienne Westwood... an ORIGINAL!! "She is the British fashion designer, largely responsible for bringing 'punk', into the mainstream at the start of the 1970s."

  • INDIGENOUS

    Vivienne Westwood is an outspoken voice in the fight against fast fashion and climate change. She urges everyone to buy less, choose well and make it last! #ecofashion #viviennewestwood

  • Barbara Lowe

    Vivienne Westwood, fashion designer, fashion, photography, portrait, Tim Walker

  • Maximiliano Orellano

    STYLE ICON: Vivienne Westwood by The Wild Magazine. Chaos to Couture exhibit, it seems only right that we pay tribute to one of the original punk idols of fashion. PH: Tim Walker

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Vivienne Westwood wearing her plastic store bag as a plastic rainhood, 1994. Fashion Memoir: Vivienne Westwood

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One might imagine that, at age 70, fashion designer VIVIENNE WESTWOOD’s days shocking the bourgeoisie might be long over.......particularly as a doyenne of the fashion industry, is to make no attempt to hide the ravages of time upon your face, all the while dressing like you don’t give a tinker’s damn what the world thinks an “old lady” is supposed to look like. Because, of course, you don’t.

Vivienne Westwood wearing her plastic store bag as a plastic rainhood, 1994.