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Today sees the opening of ‘Dress Up Story – 1990 Until Now’ an exhibition at the Savannah College of Art and Design Museum (SCAD) in honour of Vivienne Westwood.
While presenting our Spring/Summer 2015 MAN collection in Milan last June, Vivienne and Andreas used the show to speak about the Pig Pledge – a campaign by the organisation Farms Not Factories against the cruelty to pigs through factory farming.
In the next instalment of our Westwood People series, we meet Amber Kate Windett, the store manager of our beautiful Davies Street store in London. Read on as she describes working among incredible couture and bridal dresses every single day.
If you take a walk past our Davies Street boutique in London at the moment, you’ll discover a beautiful new couture dress standing in the window surrounded by falling Vivienne Westwood orb confetti.
The beautiful prints in our Spring/Summer 2015 Gold and Red Label collections draw inspiration from a number of diverse sources; from The Wallace Collection in London to Vivienne’s fight against fracking and Henri Mattise’s cut outs. In celebration of these unique designs, each with their own...
How long have you been working in partnership? V: I think next year is our silver wedding and we have been working together longer than that. We met in Vienna when I was a teacher and Andreas came to do work experience. A: I stayed and never went back.
This week sees Salone del Mobile take over the city of Milan. In honour of the event which celebrates all things design, our flagship store in Milan will be presenting a selection of works from London Metropolitan University’s CASS Faculty of Art, Architecture & Design and London-based...
My mother has always been a reader. Whenever she gets a break or a holiday then there is nothing she likes more than to read in bed. When we visit my brother’s place in the country, we hardly ever see her during the day.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll is one of Vivienne’s favourite children’s books, and one she believes should be at the top of every child’s reading list.
With the Easter Bank Holiday almost upon us, Vivienne suggests what to take advantage of in the capital during the four-day weekend. From 17th and 18th century art to live orchestra; culture and art lovers read on to discover Vivienne’s perfect long weekend.