Blog: Leonie BarrieQueen Viv

Leonie Barrie | 30 March 2004

Whether you love her or loathe her, there's no denying the impact that Vivienne Westwood has had on the fashion map. Her 30-year career is being recognised by London’s V&A museum in the largest show it has ever dedicated to a British designer. Featuring over 150 pieces it is a potent, vivid and above all timely reminder of Westwood's place right at the very top of the global fashion heap. The Guardian newspaper got a sneak preview of the V&A show:

Long live Queen Viv


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