Muses,Poets, Artists, freedom fighters and Vagabonds……

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Vivienne Westwood Says Don’t Buy Clothes

By EcoSalon on September 23, 2012 | From

Outspoken fashion designer Vivienne Westwood details her plan for Climate Revolution writing, “The fight is no longer between the classes or between rich and poor but between the idiots and the eco-conscious.”

British Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood is encouraging people to have a less is more attitude when it comes to buying clothes, even her own designs.

In an interview before her London Week Fashion show this week, she said, ‘‘Of course I try not to waste and my way of not wasting is to try to concentrate on quality not quantity. And you know my message, it is buy less, choose well, make it last. Even better, don’t buy anything. Don’t buy any clothes for ages until you really have to.” When questioned by a reporter whether she meant she didn’t want people to buy her latest collection, she insisted she was more interested in using fashion as a way to air her views on the environment.

More than ever Westwood is passionate about  social and environmental change. Dressed as an eco warrior in military-style shorts and a painted-on black eye Westwood strutted down the runway at the close of her preview show, while two models unfurled a banner with the words “Climate Revolution” behind her.

It may seem contradictory as the head of a multi-million dollar globally-recognized fashion business, but Westwood puts her money where her mouth is; this year she donated $1.6 million to rainforest charity Cool Earth. She is also a patron of UK-based human rights charities, Reprieve and Liberty and supports Amnesty International, Environmental Justice Foundation, Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace’s Arctic Campaign.

Her personal brand of anti-consumerism finds an alternative in high art, believing, “an art lover is a freedom fighter.” Five years ago Westwood wrote her manifesto, Active Resistance to Propaganda, an ode to culture and learning designed to inspire young people to get out from behind the TV and off the consumer treadmill.

Her latest campaign to attack the issues of climate change is detailed on her diary blog Get a Life, which reveals “bits of my daily life to show you when I’m busy or relaxing. In my case fashion is a big part of my life. But the real reason for the site is to get my ideas across so that more people will join the Climate Revolution.”

Vivienne Westwood’s advice for changing our way of living and joining the Climate Revolution:

1) Money is a means to an end, not an end in itself. “I never waste money I spend it”- Oscar Wilde. Maybe you’ll give a donation to an NGO or charity. You can give your support in other ways. Just by following one you will learn a lot, this is support.

2) Quality v Quantity

3) Buy less, choose well, make it last (we don’t want the “latest thing” just for the sake of it.)

4) Prepare and cook your own food.

5) Cut out plastic.

6) Inform yourselves.

7) Consider the responsibility of not having or having children. Chances of survival will be clear by next Olympics.

8) Take an active part in events of the Revolution as it starts to build.

9) Engage in art and culture.

10) Your own idea.


Isabella Blow (19 November 1958 – 7 May 2007) was an English magazine editor. The muse of hat designer Philip Treacy

There is nobody that can wear a hat like Isabella Blow. Everyone I see wearing his hats is not ever near to what Isabella is able to project. This is what fascinates me to the core,  when someone is able to trasend the material and live the idea in that very moment becoming lager then life.  So beautiful so magnificent so delightful. Just like when a peacock opens his feathers right infront of you appearing in his full glory slightly vibrating the feathers like a dance.

For me her essence  is just like that and she brings Phillip Tracy’s hats fully alive.

Lady Gaga or any other person is just not able to bring it on as Isabella does.

It is like experiencing a living enigma each time she steeps out with a new hat from Philip Tracy.

This very essence of creation, Imagination, emotion, the idea, projection in the moment is what I can draw upon and I see it as a gift from both Philip Tracy’s and Isabella Blow to possibly inspire concepts regarding the whole experience of what dining a restaurant or a dish could be.

I love Isabella Blow and Philip Tracy!

“I hate crap, I like craftsmanship but you must also have a little bit of phantasy to translate on to film for people like us, to encourage people to have another feeling. It is about emotions, it is about love”
― Isabella Blow

Who is waring it better?


The 1941 newsreel “Dizzy Dali Dinner” documents Salvador Dali’s Night in a Surrealist Forest Ball, a dinner event in Pebble Beach, California that was a benefit for European artists displaced by World War II. Dali’s wife Gala, wearing a unicorn head, presided over the event from a giant bed, and the distinguished guests were served such delicacies as live frogs.

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