Vivienne Westwood Quotes and its meanings

Vivienne Westwood has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

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What does Vivienne Westwood write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Vivienne Westwood?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Vivienne Westwood.

  • Everybody looks like clones and the only people you notice are my age. I don't notice anybody unless they look great, and every now and again they do, and they are usually 70.
  • The age in which we live, this non-stop distraction, is making it more impossible for the young generation to ever have the curiosity or discipline... because you need to be alone to find out anything.
  • If you saw Queen Elizabeth it would be amazing, she came from another planet. She was so attractive in what she was wearing.
  • Britishness is just a way of putting things together and a certain don't care attitude about clothes. You don't care, you just do it and it looks great.
  • My beauty secret is absolutely no sun.
  • We have got to change our ethics and our financial system and our whole way of understanding the world. It has to be a world in which people live rather than die a sustainable world. It could be great.
  • It's a philosophy of life. A practice. If you do this, something will change, what will change is that you will change, your life will change, and if you can change you, you can perhaps change the world.
  • Our economic system, run for profit and waste and based primarily on the extractive industries, is the cause of climate change. We have wasted the earth's treasure and we can no longer exploit it cheaply.
  • Economists treat economics as if it is a pure science divorced from the facts of life. The result of this false accountancy is a willful confusion under cover of which industry wreaks its havoc scot-free and ignores the environmental cost.
  • I always thought we had an environmental problem, but I hadn't realized how urgent it was. James Lovelock writes that by the end of this century there will be one billion people left.