Gender Tempest Johnny Stein

Johnny Stein Vivienne Westwood

In this week’s post we feature an interesting customer at World’s End shop.
For 15 years Johnny Stein has been steadily & carefully building his collection.
Just recently his passion for Westwood inspired an exhibition which is on view Now!…
In Burbank, California.
Thank you Johnny & now lets hand over to you…….. Continue reading

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School Project


Another quick post from a young Worlds End fan in America. Her display looks very good & we wish her all the best for the future. Thank you Bella & if you do get to dress up as your artist then please send us a photo of it :-)

Hi Lise,

We thought you would enjoy seeing the finished project (Bella’s still hoping they’ll be allowed to dress up as their artists for the final presentation. And she’s bringing her sewing machine).
Her teacher asked her to do some drawings, so to the left of the board are the sketches she did that were inspired by Vivienne’s designs, with fabric swatches.  She put them in runway order :) .
She also put up a picture of Worlds End since that’s where we’ve been corresponding to.

Thanks for everything,
Melissa Claire and Bella Schlitt

 

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Vivienne & The Red Label Girl

Vivienne Westwood
On Sunday we will present our Red Label Autumn/Winter 2015-16 collection in London.
Ahead of the show Vivienne tells us about the Red Label girl, the similarities between them and the message the show will communicate.
Vote Green appears on our show invites and in our film below Vivienne discloses that the Red Label girl will vote green.

Join us this Sunday at 5.00pm (GMT) when we live stream the show, and follow us on Twitter @followwestwood and Instagram @viviennewestwoodofficial as we take you backstage with us on show day.

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A Child of the Jago & Jack Sheppard

A Child of the Jago
I thought that it was about time to do a post about, in a way, kind of a sister shop to World’s End.
This shop is ‘A Child of the Jago’ & it’s recent younger brother ‘Jack Sheppard’.
First opened in 2008 in Great Eastern St, EC2, ‘A Child of the Jago’ takes its name from the title of the book by Arthur Morrison written in 1896. Continue reading

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