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“We are both rebels, that’s what connected us”

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Model Tamy Glauser remembers his discoverer Vivienne Westwood († 81)

“We are both rebels, that’s what connected us”

Exactly ten years ago, the late fashion icon Vivienne Westwood († 81) gave Tamy Glauser the first catwalk job. The Bernese top model tells Blick about his special relationship with the designer and explains what made her so extraordinary.


Was discovered ten years ago by star designer Vivienne Westwood († 81): Bernese top model Tamy Glauser.


Patricia BroderEditor People

British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood is dead. The Briton, known for her androgynous cuts and provocative slogans, has died at the age of 81, her agent announced to the press on Thursday evening. It is said that Dame Vivienne died “peacefully and surrounded by her family in Clapham, South London”. Her husband Andreas Kronthaler (56) emphasized in a statement: “We worked to the end and she gave me many things that I can continue with. Thanks. Darling.”

Vivienne Westwood, whose global fashion brand now has stores around the world, is credited with pioneering punk in fashion. Even in old age, crazy outfits were part of her trademark. And the designer was way ahead of her time. As early as the noughties, she had androgynous models march down the catwalk, including the Bernese model Tamy Glauser (37), who became one of Westwood’s muses. “Your death affects me very much,” says Glauser to Blick. “With her momentum and her power, I thought Vivienne would definitely be over 90 years old.”

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