photo courtesy WWDIf we can't spend our youth decked out in Vivienne Westwood gowns, Vivienne Westwood wallpaper will have to do. The Dame's partnered with Cole & Son, a British design firm, to turn a handful of archival prints into wallpaper (see the full gallery here). Black and red squiggles from her early 80's Pirate collection are at left; she's also created a lace print, a floral print and a genius trompe l'oeil drape that looks like you've crumpled up your favorite plaid shirt and stuck it to the wall. Rolls start at $87, which means you could even build your own Vivienne Westwood paper dress for significantly less than a runway version, or you could just wallpaper a wall or two. Meanwhile, if Viv's into interiors now - she launched pillows last summer - can pirate shaped beds and Union Jack linens be far behind?