Vivienne Westwood's London. In a journey that is expected to be captivating and inspiring, the Queen of Punk Rock fashion will take you on a personal tour throughout London revealing her favourite places, her past times and a new way of looking at the world.
The designer first gained success when she designed clothing for the 1970's punk band the Sex Pistols and her clothing shop at 430 Kings Road now called, World's End. She has gone on to be known as the designer who loves to push the envelope with her frequent use of tartan, safety pins and corsets. Her latest menswear collection, which was inspired by Prince William, featured male models pouting in scarlett lipstick!
Westwood takes her eccentric charm to this Fashion Television produced documentary, in which she shows her passion for the cultural world and the home of the famous Abbey Road. If you are fan of Fashion Television's Face Time, then I suggest that you do not miss this documentary for it is sure to be one for the ages.
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