Do It Yourself
Vivienne Westwood, the controversial English designer, originator of Punk fashion and an adept of corsets and fake derrières, bares herself for the camera. Over the course of a year, the filmmakers followed Westwood to work, on the catwalk, with her family, and to her favourite places, putting together a film as vivid and impertinent as Westwood herself.
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