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Vivienne Westwood's L.A. Flagship Shop Opening Party 

March 31, 2011
On March 30, Dame Vivienne Westwood hosted the official opening party of her new flagship shop on Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles. Christina Hendricks, who is now representing Westwood's Palladium Jewelry Collection, was on hand. Other guests included Marilyn Manson, Kristin Davis, Mischa Barton, Dita Von Teese and many more. Read about the shop in "Vivienne Westwood Opens Shop on Melrose Ave." All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
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On March 30, Dame Vivienne Westwood hosted the official opening party of her new flagship shop on Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles. Christina Hendricks, who is now representing Westwood's Palladium Jewelry Collection, was on hand. Other guests included Marilyn Manson, Kristin Davis, Mischa Barton, Dita Von Teese and many more. Read about the shop in "Vivienne Westwood Opens Shop on Melrose Ave." All photos by Shannon Cottrell.
Published on March 31, 2011
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