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Vivienne Westwood thinks she does “Sex and The City” better Than Patricia Field

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Dame Vivienne Westwood, the British fashion designer, wants to write the next Sex and the City film.

The 67-year-old has written to the show’s producers to ask them to use her plot for the sequel, it has been reported.
A source told the Independent newspaper: “She’s been obsessed with the film ever since she saw it. She has even put in calls to [the lead actress] Sarah Jessica Parker about it.”
Dame Vivienne designed the wedding dress in which Jessica Parker appeared in the film and also wrote a note that was used in the marriage scene.
And when the film was released last year she publicly criticised stylist Patricia Field’s clothes designs.
She said: “I thought Sex And The City was supposed to be about cutting-edge fashion and there was nothing remotely memorable or interesting about what I saw.
“I went to the premiere and left after ten minutes.”
A spokesman for Dame Vivienne said that the production company had not yet taken her up on the offer.
He said: “We haven’t had any news about it yet. So we don’t know what’s happening.”
The first Sex and the City film certainly did not need Dame Vivienne’s help. It grossed more than £300million worldwide. And although Vivieene might have her own ideas about style, we think she should be happy that one of her dresses were even chosen to be featured in the film. Last time we checked, Vivienne Westwood’s brand hasn’t been relevant since the late ’80s.

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