Dame Vivienne Westwood was on Jonathon Ross' British talk show yesterday to discuss her manifesto.
She'd still like everyone to stop buying anything. She suggests building dresses from towels and curtains and tablecloths and when you are finally clothed, she'd like you to wear that outfit until it literally falls off your back. That way, when you have to buy new clothes you have a nice " little pot of money" to buy the best thing out there (like Vivienne Westwood for example). The idea's right, if not exagerrated, but hits a snag when she ends with declaring that the real problem is everyone looking alike without mentioning the environmental effects of fast fashion. Also, she first met Pam Anderson when she asked her to sign a petition for the release of "a Red Indian who's in jail" which naturally led to this.