I first met Andy in 1987 (our girlfriends at the time lived with each other). He was a gardener then. Continue reading
Vivienne would like you to come to the demonstration outside the US embassy, Grosvenor Square at 2pm on Saturday 1st June - in support of Bradley Manning- ahead of his trial which begins on Monday 3rd June. Bradley Manning, a 25 year old US intelligence analyst, faces life in prison for sharing a video of a US helicopter attack that killed 11 civilians and wounded two children in Baghdad with the Wikileaks website.
He’s also been charged with blowing the whistle on the “Iraq War Logs”, the “Afghan Diaries”, the “Gitmo Files” and embarrassing US State Department cables. He exposed war crimes – he has not committed a crime. He’s been charged with telling us the truth. Bradley went before a US court and admitted he did pass the information to Wikileaks in the interests of the public. He couldn’t believe that we were doing these things in countries we were supposed to be protecting
You can find more information in Vivienne’s diary for Friday, 3 May: Here
I get a chance to speak to Kathrin about the Ethical Fashion bag project in Africa in the middle of a busy time for her. Continue reading
My name is Ben & I am Vivienne’s son by her first marriage to my father Derek.
I have just recently taken on this job to write the World’s End shop blog & I thought that I should take this opportunity to introduce myself. Continue reading
Last week the Climate Revolution Charter was placed in the World`s End & Conduit Street shops to coincide with the new Conduit St new window display designed by Joe Rush, co founder of the Mutoid Waste company.. Joe has been closely involved with Vivienne & the Climate Revolution since last summer when he was working on the mutated machines to be used in the closing ceremony of the Paralympic games. Continue reading
Join the #ClimateRevolution between 2 – 4 Saturday 2 March @followwestwood 44 Conduit St W1 https://www.facebook.com/events/535035979853107/@climate_rev
More info:On the 2nd of March between 2pm and 4pm, Vivienne Westwood’s ‘face of war’ from the Paralympics and the catwalk takes to the streets of London. Continue reading