Libya’s Colonel Gaddafi had a personal bodyguard of glamorous women who could kill with their bare hands & this is what we were reminded of when we styled Olivia & Millie (from our office) for this shoot. Continue reading
On the 12th of May, this year I was asked to come to a recording studio nearby in Battersea to shoot some video of a collaboration Vivienne was doing with lyricist & rap artist Mic Righteous. Continue reading
This week’s post is from professional photographer Celia Humphries.
I met her in Tokyo where she is based & after seeing her work I asked her if she would write something about her connection to Worlds End & Westwood clothing. Here it is & Thank you Celia (& by the way I love what she did with the Dix scarf).
New to to Ben’s range in Worlds End Shop is the Dix scarf.
Made in 100% cotton the black on black Shemagh scarf is over printed with German artist Otto Dix’s ‘Stormtroopers Advancing under Gas’ from 1924.
I have added to the message of Dix’s painting by the addition of the wordplay ‘Man MADE Hell’…Which is the simple explanation for Hell. Nothing to do with after death at all.
The scarf also comes in Khaki which is a bit smaller.
Over this summer my Ben Westwood range has been available at the Vivienne Westwood Press Office. The collection had a good response & was used in three different fashion shoots in three different magazines ( CR Fashion Book, Seventh Man & Petrie). I thought that I would share these with you.
All of these items are available in Worlds End Shop. Continue reading
About 5 weeks ago Worlds End shop had a visit from one of its favourite customers, Allan Bradbury.
He had come down to London with Gareth & Natasha who are in the process of making a documentary about Allan & his philosophy, to be called ‘Appy Allan’. They were filming his visit to the shop & I met them there. Continue reading