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Westwood was one of the architects of the punk fashion phenomenon of the 1970s, saying "I was messianic about punk, seeing if one could put a spoke in the system in some way".Westwood was the designer who often let her clothes speak for themselves, as independent designs and as her own statements of culture.The £2m valuation triggered an additional tax bill of £348,463 plus interest of £144,112, which fell due in 2009.In March 2012, Vivienne Westwood Group reached agreement to end a long-standing UK franchise relationship with Manchester-based Hervia.Westwood continued to teach until 1971; she created clothes which Mc Laren designed.Mc Laren became manager of the punk band the Sex Pistols and subsequently the two garnered attention as the band wore Westwood's and Mc Laren's designs.After taking up a job in a factory and studying at a teacher-training college, she became a primary school teacher.During this period, she created her own jewellery, which she sold at a stall on Portobello Road.
She dubbed the period 1981-85 "New Romantic" and 1988–91 as "The Pagan Years" during which "Vivienne's heroes changed from punks and ragamuffins to 'Tatler' girls wearing clothes that parodied the upper class".
This project was important to these two designers because this project shared the spirit of adventure that these two employed, as this challenged them to create something even more memorable.
In August 2011 Westwood's company Vivienne Westwood Ltd agreed to pay almost £350,000 in tax to HM Revenue & Customs for significantly underestimating the value of her brand.
This idea partially was attributed to her past collaborations with Gary Ness, who assisted Westwood throughout her designing with inspirations and titles for her collections.
Mc Laren and Westwood's first fashion collection to be shown to press and potential international buyers was Pirate.