Vivienne Westwood Obituary, Death – Dame Vivienne Westwood, a legendary figure in the world of fashion, has passed away at the age of 81. According to a statement released by her loved ones, the iconic fashion designer passed away on Thursday in Clapham, south London, while she was accompanied by her family. In a statement released on Thursday evening, Dame Vivienne’s family paid tribute to their loved one by stating that “the world needs more people like Vivienne to make a change for the better.”
On Twitter, her eponymous fashion business shared the unfortunate news with the following message: “29th December 2022. Vivienne Westwood passed away today in Clapham, South London, at the age of 49. Her passing was peaceful and she was surrounded by her family. People like Vivienne are exactly what the world needs in order to bring about positive change. No information regarding the cause of death was provided.
There was a quote from Dame Vivienne that was attached to the tweet, and it read as follows: “Tao spiritual system. The Tao has never been more relevant than it is right now. It gives you such a sense of identity and strength to know that you’re living the life you can live and therefore ought to be living: make full use of your character and make full use of your life on earth. Tao gives you the feeling that you belong to the cosmos and gives purpose to your life. Tao gives you the feeling that you belong to the cosmos and gives purpose to your life.
At the end of the quote, a simple message that said, “Vivienne, we love you,” was added. The Emmerdale actress Lisa Riley was one of the many people who paid tribute to the fashion designer. She wrote: “Queen Vivienne Westwood…..you will light up heaven with your infinite energy, you will never be forgotten….uniqueness at its all time BEST!!! May You Ever Find Peace Be yourself even in paradise #restinpeace #viviennewestwood #queen #fashion #icon.”
While Trevor Sinclair commented that it was “sad to hear Vivienne Westwood has passed sympathies to her family such a creative designer, northerner, and supporter of the working class RIP,” Vivienne Westwood was a supporter of the working class.
The Spider by The Pogues In her letter, Stacey stated, “No words. RIP Video Vivienne Westwood.” Jonathan Ross, who hosts a show on television, sent his condolences and tweeted, “RIP to the brilliant Vivienne Westwood.” Unique. Brilliant. Uncompromising. Thanks Viv x”.