dedicated to Vivienne Westwood, 1977 the owner of the boutique "Seditionaries"

Please Don't Bother Trying To Find Her
For the collage of "dedicated to Vivienne Westwood, 1977 the owner of the boutique "Seditionaries"", the original photography you can find here, there and everywhere.

"Please Don't Bother Trying To Find Her" was taken from the lyrics of "About Her" performed and sung by Malcolm McLaren from the soundtrack album "Kill Bill : Vol. 2 Soundtrack" 2004, for the movie "Kill Bill Vol. 2" 2004 directed by Quentin Tarantino.
The song "About Her" was sampled from the song "She's Not There" from the album "Begin Here" 1965, sung and performed by The Zombies and the song "Saint Louis Blues" from the the movie "St. Louis Blues" 1929 directed by Dudley Murphy, sung and performed by Bessie Smith.
[photos (from left to right) : the poster of "Kill Bill Vol. 2", Japanese 7' Single "She's Not There" and the poster for the movie "St. Louis Blues"]

Vivienne Westwood is the English fashion designer and managed her design brand "Vivienne Westwood".
[photos (from left to right) : In "Vivienne Westwood Red Label Spring 2015 Runway", Vivienne Westwood with her granddaughter Cora Corre and Vivienne Westwood logo mark]

In 1971, with Malcolm McLaren, Vivienne Westwood opened her boutique "Let It Rock" at 430 King's Road.
[photos (from left to right) : "Let It Rock" and Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, At Let It Rock 1971 photo by David Parkinson]

Then in 1974, name of the boutique was changed as "Sex".
[photos (from left to right) : "Sex" and the photo of "Chrissie Hynde, Jordan aka Pamela Rooke and Vivienne Westwood at Sex 1976" photo by Paul Gorman]

In 1975, Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren organized the punk rock band The Sex Pistols from the staff and customers of the boutique "Sex". Malcolm McLaren worked as the manager for the band, and Vivienne Westwood supported from the views of their visual and fashion for the band.
So, Vivienne Westwood created the punk fashion.
[photos (from left to right) : original line-up (Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Johnny Rotten and Paul Cook) and "Vivienne Westwood and "Venus with Severed Leg"" 1975 photo by William English]

In 1976, name of her boutique was changed as "Seditionaries".
Finally 1979, was changed as "World's End" and still at 430 King's Road there is.
[photos (from left to right) : "Seditionaries Publicity Shots September 76 worn by Siouxsie Sioux" photo by Ian Dicksen and photo of "Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood 1976 and the photo of World's End]

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