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UPDATE: Vivenne Westwood Accused Of 'Tax Avoidance'

Dame Vivenne Westwood, the most notable fashion designer in Britain, has been accused of tax evasion, after the company financial documents revealed that her main UK business is paying £2 million a year to an off-shore account in Luxembourg, for the right to use her name on her fashion label. 578 more words

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Style: 21.2.15 Romance Was Born

Crop top by Sportsgirl, midi skirt by Viktoria + Woods, clutch by Oroton, bracelet by Swarovski and shoes by Melissa x Vivienne Westwood.

I have been truly spoiled by my man most recently, not only because of the Valentine’s Day just passed, but Mr. 113 more words

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The Blanket Cape

Or the Poncho/ the Poncho cape/ the Cape

Autumn Winter 2014 saw fashion take its influence from the rustic, the Nordic and nomad influences.

And no other piece showed that more than the Blanket Cape. 1,375 more words

Fashion Designer Vivienne Westwood Accused Of 'Wholesale' Plagarism

Fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood’s self-titled tome Vivienne Westwood, was released in September by Picador. The book is described as a “unique personal memoir” that gives an account of Westwood’s life “partly” in her own words. 383 more words

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Vivienne Westwood Joined Fashion And Activism

Dame Vivenne Westwood who is widely known as a political activist, used her London Fashion Week catwalk today to campaign for an Independent Scotland. This week the Scots will vote “yes” or “no” to break away from the United Kingdom in a historic referendum on Thursday. 263 more words

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Fashion On The Offensive

Fashion as ‘art’ is often discredited. It’s critics bemoan its a shallow, tactless business, full of bourgeois asswipes making serious coin by exploiting our insecurities and the shoddy labour laws of the developing world. 439 more words