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Vivienne is a huge fan of the Wallace Collection in London. In fact, it’s one of her favourite places in the city and she encourages everyone to visit and see the many beautiful paintings which hang on its walls.
Worlds End is the original Vivienne Westwood boutique, formerly known as; Let it Rock, Sex, Seditionaries, and Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die. It has a triumphant history of creating ‘clothes for heroes’ – dandies, rockers, punks and pirates, and for the very first time select pieces from...
This collection is about strength, freedom and femininity. It was inspired by Eugène Delacroix's famous painting of ‘Liberty Leading the People’. The painting commemorates the 1830 Revolution, which toppled King Charles X of France, and depicts a woman personifying Liberty, leading the...
If you take a trip through London Waterloo underground station this week, you won’t fail to spot Greenpeace’s Save the Arctic campaign lining the escalators.
This Wednesday 8th July marks the launch of our second collaboration collection with the Cambridge Satchel Company.
This week the London West Hollywood Hotel in the heart of Los Angeles launched a brand new luxury penthouse inspired by Vivienne Westwood. This 11,000 square foot suite on the tenth floor is the largest in LA and peppered with signature Westwood touches which bring an inimitable feel of London to...
On Sunday we will present our MAN Spring/Summer 2016 collection in Milan. Ahead of the weekend’s show Vivienne tells us why she thinks politicians are criminals and why she’s chosen this topic as the message for the show.
Next up in our Westwood People series, we meet Antonio D'Andrea, the assistant manager of our MAN store in 18 Conduit Street, London. Read on as he talks summer style, wardrobe classics and the beauty of cycling through the city.
Tomoka Westwood (Ben's wife) has been writing a monthly article about Vivienne & her political values for the Japanese fashion bible SO-EN magazine. She has kindly offered to translate these articles into English for us & so here is the first one.
There are many reasons to love our Made in Africa bags, and one very important reason is the brilliant hand skills which go into so many of the styles. The artisans who work on the Made in Africa project in Kenya use a wide range of techniques; from looming to beadwork, hand painting and more,...