Get a Life: The Diaries of Vivienne Westwood

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Get a Life: The Diaries of Vivienne Westwood

Get a Life: The Diaries of Vivienne Westwood

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At yoga, I suddenly had the stunning revelation that Alice in Wonderland, a book written by Lewis Carroll, actually proves Einstein’s theory of relativity. While the diary was written, primarily, with the intention of warning people of the danger we’re in from climate change (a subject that feels particularly pertinent given fracking’s recent UK go-ahead, despite a rejection from Lancashire council), it is, as Vivienne puts it, also a great thing to do for yourself. I’ve been a supporter of Leonard, a Native American who has been wrongly imprisoned for 35 years, for a long time. Sometimes u may feel that her diaries are very hectic hence even more I'm proud of myself to get to the end of it and not dropping earlier. I will surely remember this book but found it naive sometimes to believe you can do anything to influence few thousands people in the world who rule 7 billion.

remarked many times by Lee and John as the the one who introduced punk to fashion in the 70's and 80's.Honestly, just from reading this book, I can tell that Vivienne Westwood is a wholly genuine person. She lives a busy, busy life - and as she records her daily routine we begin to get to know this woman - in an intimate productive way.

Vivienne does not talk about Fashion as long as it's not connected to her second (if not first) love in her life which is climate revolution and politics. So, I figure that I should tell you all right now that if you enjoy biographies, if you enjoy women with conviction, and if you enjoy reading about politics, this is the book for you. What we have here then is a story of the last six years of Climate Revolution and the journey that got us there. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.Not only was Vivienne Westwood a punk icon and fashion inventor, she was also an activist for climate change and a major supporter and friend of Julian Assange. Beginning with a great sweep through those early decades of activism and fashion (activism in fashion) – rebelling through clothes at 430, Kings Road; plundering history for the Pirates collection; quietly shaping a manifesto that would later evolve into the Climate Revolution project – the idea is to access Vivienne’s point of view.



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