vivienne westwood punk. Quáng cáo đồ của Vivienne mang tính chất nổi loạn. khiêu dâm. Nhưng tại thời điểm đó rất được ưu chuộng. Vì thời kì này nổi lên phong trào anti social, rất nhiều người yêu thích phong cách punk rock

Chrissie Hynde, Jordan and Vivienne Westwood at Westwood's shop Sex, on the Kings Road, London, 1976

Sex Pistols. Not so chic but very punk rock.

Pink and Punk / karen cox. Punk: SEX, Seditionaries and The Sex Pistols, 26 May - 7 August 2005

Vivenne Westwood - the original punk!grand dame of British fashion, Spectacularly unconventional and always pushing boundries. Eccentric or genius?

Vivenne Westwood the original punk grand dame of British Fashion, Spectacularly unconventional always pushing boundaries Eccentric genius unique

Designed by Jamie Reid for the Sex Pistols single "God Save The Queen", released in July 1977, and ultimately the "Never Mind the Bollocks" LP, the cut-out lettering meshed perfectly with the torn T-shirts and safety pins dreamt up by Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood as a visual hook for punk rock.

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Sex Pistols God Save The Queen released in July 1977 perfectly LP by Malcolm McLaren with Vivienne Westwood as a visual hook for punk rock

awaywiththefairies:Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s shop, ‘Sex’, Kings Road,London, 1975 via

Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s shop, ‘Sex’, Kings Road,London, 1975

'Punk fashion and all its associated styles. The SEX boutique on King's Road owned by Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood heavily influenced the style of this movement. Their label, Seditionaries, embodied all that was punk in the Seventies.'

In the seventies, a rubber sign screamed ‘SEX’ into the streets of West London. The pink letters marked 430 Kings Road; the site of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s punk London boutique. The shop was a dressing room for true revolutionaries.

Dame Vivienne Westwood is an English fashion designer, largely responsible for bringing modern punk and new wave fashions into the mainstream. She came to public notice when she made clothes for Malcolm McLaren's boutique in the King's Road, which became famous as 'SEX'. It was their ability to synthesise clothing and music that shaped the 1970s punk scene, dominated by McLaren's band, the Sex Pistols. Westwood went on to open shops worldwide.

I heart Vivienne Westwood. She has stayed true to who she as she has grown older, despite what society says about style and aging. The British Are Coming Magazine: Vogue UK October 2009 Photographer: Tim Walker Model: Vivienne Westwood

1974 SEX Original - Clothing Label Vivienne Westwood & Malcolm McLaren

Malcolm McLaren on the Beatles, the Stones, fashion and marketing stuff to young people, 1984

World' End - Vivienne Westwood's shop at the end of the King's Road. I've been there, but I could only afford a keychain!

“ Outside Vivienne Westwood’s Worlds End shop on King’s Road, by Chris Dorley-Brown ”

Vivienne has many lines such as Pirate, Savages, Punkature, Witches, Worlds End 1984, and many more. Before she designed clothes she actually made jewelry she sold in a stall on Portobello Road.

Vivienne has many lines such as Pirate, Savages, Punkature, Witches, Worlds End and many more. Before she designed clothes she actually made jewelry she sold in a stall on Portobello Road.

Vivienne Westwood - Ethical Fashion Africa

Vivienne Westwood - Ethical Fashion Africa - producing clothing in Kenya under more ethical guidelines

1970's Fashion:   Punk and High-Fashion may not seem like they would go hand-in-hand, that was before Vivienne Westwood came onto the scene.

Malcolm McLaren outside his and Vivienne Westwood shop Sex in the Kings Road.

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