In the 1970s, British designer and counterculture icon Vivienne Westwood made a lasting impact on the fashion world with her provocative designs. Starting with her iconic skull and crossbones branding for her first boutique and following with SEX, a shop specializing in "rubberwear for the office," Westwood explored an array of innovative stylistic incarnations. This innovative spirit culminated in her 1981 anti-punk collection Pirates—her first runway show—that inspired the New Romantics movement and set the stage for an illustrious career. Now, Westwood’s famously rebellious aesthetic is channeled into contemporary ready-to-wear items, accessories, and lifestyle goods. Combining vivid colors, peculiar patterns, and eye-catching motifs, the label infuses everyday staples with an unmistakable rebellious charm.