Vivienne Westwood A to Z: The Life of an Icon: From Anglomania to Zips
Author Nadia Bailey, Illustrated by Helen Green
An illustrated A to Z, celebrating the fashion designer and activist Vivienne Westwood.
Vivienne Westwood is one of the most celebrated creative figures across not just the United Kingdom, but the world. From her humble childhood growing up in war-torn Britain to her famous collaborations with Malcolm McLaren, her pioneering of the punk fashion movement to her tireless advocacy work to 'save the world by halting climate change, stopping war, defending human rights, and protesting capitalism,' Westwood was a true powerhouse.
Honored officially with the Dame Commander of the Same Order by Queen Elizabeth II, and adored by her countless fans and supporters across the globe, Dame Vivienne is an enduring icon of the fashion world and beyond.
Complete with bold illustrations, this book celebrates the remarkable life of the Queen of British Fashion … from A to Z.
About The Author
Nadia Bailey is a freelance writer and editor from Sydney, Australia. Nadia has written for Oyster magazine, NW, Madison magazine, Vogue Australia, Hello May, and the ASOS magazine. She has published The Book of Barb, The Stranger Things Field Guide, The Deck of Crystals and RBG A to Z with Smith Street Books.
Helen Green is an illustrator based in Birmingham, UK. She specializes in a portraiture illustration style, combining digital and analog techniques to capture a photographic likeness in her portraits and express the personality of each individual she illustrates.