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Westwood in 1977. Photo: Getty Images After meeting then-art student Malcolm McLaren, Westwood gave birth to her second son Joseph Corré in 1967, and her two sons grew up together in South London, where she taught in an elementary school. “I’m a very good teacher,” Westwood told the Guardian in 2007. “Except that I always liked kids that everyone else thought was annoying. Little rebels.” In 1971, Westwood and McLaren opened a store (for a few hours each evening) on King Street called Let It Rock, selling 1950s memorabilia and dandy suits. There they made teddy pants, ruffled jackets, and mohair sweaters, before going on to make outfits for the 1970s punk band the Sex Pistols—and at the same time, they started selling T-shirts with slogans on Colorful lettering styled from chicken bones, trousers with front-to-back zippers, and a shirt dyed with a trampled tie.

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The store has spawned a number of new names over the years, from 1972’s Too Fast to Live Too Young to Die, 1974’s Sex (with the introduction of fetish rubber skirts, nipple clips, and pointed toe shoes), Seditionaries in 1976, and finally World’s End in 1979. “I was famous for being a sex maniac and things like that, but I wasn’t,” Westwood told the Guardian. “I love the quote by Jean Shrimpton: ‘Sex has never been high on my priority list.’” Westwood and McLaren designed the Romance-inspired “Pirates” collection together. New 1981 was iconic under the World’s End label before parting , with ruffled sleeveless blouses, hard felt hats and jacquard pants in British Vogue that same year. “It changed the way people looked at it,” Westwood says of some of her landmark collections, including “Buffalo” and “Nostalgia of Mud” in 1982, the creation of the small crini in 1982. 1985 and “Anglomania” in 1993. “I was the savior of punk, seeing if one could give a voice in the system in some way,” she said. “I realized that there is no overthrow without an idea. It is not enough to want to destroy everything.” Westwood in her studio in 1983. Photo: Getty Images Just a few years after her first show in Paris in 1983, fashion critics have called Westwood’s designs “the British answer.” for the designs of Christian Lacroix in Paris,” credits her with revitalizing the British fashion scene. In 1989, Women’s Wear Daily publisher John Fairchild described Westwood as “Alice in Fashion Wonderland” in his book Chic Savages, and named her one of the six most influential designers of 20th century. That same year, Westwood dressed up as the serving Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, for the cover of Tatler, wearing a Westwood suit that Thatcher had ordered but had not yet received.

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Westwood’s runway has long been her political background. T-shirts from her spring 2006 collection read “I’m not a terrorist, please don’t arrest me,” while models from her fall 2008 collection wore banners demanding a fair legal trial for Guantanamo Bay detainees. A banner from the Spring 2013 show calling for a climate revolution. Other times, she has shown support for accuser Chelsea Manning and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, as well as political parties, environmental charities including Cool Earth and Greenpeace. , and the Occupy protests in 2011. “We’re trying to tell people the end of the world here,” Westwood told Women’s Wear Daily backstage at her spring 2016 show. where posters were written with the slogans “jailbreak is a crime” and “austerity is a crime.” In 2014, Westwood shaved off her fiery red hair to raise awareness about climate change.

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