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Vivienne Westwood Hates New York

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"I don't actually like New York," Vivienne Westwood told W. "New York people are a bit stuck up and self important, and think that just the fact that they live in New York makes them better than anybody else. Sometimes there, you feel trapped by the concrete, and for me that means being trapped by the myth of Superman and American foreign policy and all these dreadful things that have done so much harm in the world. There's just so much pressure there; it's not nice." [W]