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Joe Corre, her son by Malcolm Mc Laren, and Andreas Kronthaler, her husband and partner in design, went along for the ride."Joe [Rush] is a friend of mine and he'd done all these brilliant things," she says.
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Vivienne Westwood looks nothing short of magnificent striding across the rooftop of her south London studio in sheer point d'esprit tights, laddered to the point of barely being there, worn over striped, cotton boxer shorts.
Her T-shirt is printed with the slogan 'CLIMATE REVOLUTION' and a vintage silk taffeta cape of her own design is also embroidered with these words.