Vivienne Westwood Book By Terry Jones: i-D's Greatest Hits (PHOTOS)

A new book about Vivienne Westwood documents the iconic designer’s colorful 30-year career.

Vivienne Westwood has gone through many phases—and still, more than thirty years into her career—she’s still going strong. Now, she’s the focus of a new Taschen book, edited by i-D’s founder and creative director Terry Jones, which documents her wild creations and reflects on her impact on the fashion world. The book overflows with rich images from the i-D archive —including shots by Juergen Teller and Nick Knight—and includes interviews with Westwood. As she says of her use of color: “I try to start without color and then I add it. I think I am quite English when it comes to color. It’s like our weather—I like to build an atmosphere.”

Norma Moriceau

Early Punk

An image of Westwood taken from Punk! Not Another Punk Book, published in 1978 (and republished in i-D in 2004).

Mitchell Sams

Crimson Wave

A look from Westwood’s spring-summer 2007 collection.

Havana Laffitte

Future Perfect

A silver Westwood dress featured in i-D’s “Back to the Future” issue in winter 2010.

Mark Lebon

Classic Westwood

A man in a kilt, 1984.

Thomas Degan

God Save The Queen

An irreverent Westwood jumper.

Solve Sundsbo

The Manly Suit

Agyness Deyn in a Westwood suit, in a shoot styled by Edward Enninful for for i-D’s “Best of British” issue in March 2009.

Mitchell Sams

Picture Perfect

A classic shot picturing Westwood’s autumn-winter 2008 collection.

Dan Jackson

Winter White

A shot from i-D’s “Offspring” issue in September 2007.

Peggy Sirota

The Author

Terry Jones, i-D’s founder and creative director (and the editor of the Vivienne Westwood book), in the early ’90s.