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BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTGJL
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTGJK
November 26, 2016
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
London, United Kingdom
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG0N
November 26, 2016
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River...
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, speaks at an event tr which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG0D
November 26, 2016
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River...
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, speaks at an event tr which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG03
November 26, 2016
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son...
London, United Kingdom
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, was burnt...
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZQ
November 26, 2016
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
London, United Kingdom
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZE
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZD
November 26, 2016
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
London, United Kingdom
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFXS
November 26, 2016
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
London, United Kingdom
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging...
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWR
November 26, 2016
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre sets light to a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, sets light to a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWI
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWH
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWF
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFVO
November 26, 2016
Joe Corre (L), the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre addresses the media before burning a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River...
Joe Corre (L), the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, addresses the media before burning a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFVD
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre waits to be burnt on a boat on the River Thames,...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, waits to be burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFUY
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFUV
November 26, 2016
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager...
London, United Kingdom
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London...
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IX
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, is photographed as he speaks at a press conference...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, is photographed as he speaks at a press conference...
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, is photographed as he speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IW
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IV
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IT
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IS
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IR
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IQ
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTST4IP
November 24, 2016
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, speaks at a press conference in London, Britain November 24, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
FASHION-PUNK/EXHIBIT
RTXZCT1
May 06, 2013
Visitors view "Punk: Chaos to Couture", an exhibition by the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum...
New York, UNITED STATES
Visitors view "Punk: Chaos to Couture", an exhibition by the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum...
Visitors view "Punk: Chaos to Couture", an exhibition by the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New York May 6, 2013. The showcase, which opens on May 9 and runs through August 14, includes 100 punk styles and ranges from the mid-70s at Vivienne Westwood's and Malcolm McLaren's London boutique and images of The Sex Pistols to examples of punk's impact on haute couture and designers such as Alexander McQueen, Helmut Lang, Miuccia Prada and John Galliano. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
FASHION-PUNK/EXHIBIT
RTXZCSU
May 06, 2013
A visitor views "Punk: Chaos to Couture", an exhibition by the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan...
New York, UNITED STATES
A visitor views "Punk: Chaos to Couture", an exhibition by the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan...
A visitor views "Punk: Chaos to Couture", an exhibition by the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New York May 6, 2013. The showcase, which opens on May 9 and runs through August 14, includes 100 punk styles and ranges from the mid-70s at Vivienne Westwood's and Malcolm McLaren's London boutique and images of The Sex Pistols to examples of punk's impact on haute couture and designers such as Alexander McQueen, Helmut Lang, Miuccia Prada and John Galliano. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4N7
April 22, 2010
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London...
London, United Kingdom
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: OBITUARY SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4LQ
April 22, 2010
Mourners for Malcolm McLaren arrive by car at Highgate Cemetery, in north London April 22, 2010. Hundreds...
London, United Kingdom
Mourners for Malcolm McLaren arrive by car at Highgate Cemetery, in north London
Mourners for Malcolm McLaren arrive by car at Highgate Cemetery, in north London April 22, 2010. Hundreds of people lined the streets of north London on Thursday to say farewell to punk pioneer and former Sex Pistols manager McLaren, who died earlier this month of cancer aged 64. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: OBITUARY SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4KQ
April 22, 2010
A woman watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden, in north London April 22,...
London, United Kingdom
A woman watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden
A woman watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4KP
April 22, 2010
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer...
London, United Kingdom
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden in north London
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4KM
April 22, 2010
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London...
London, United Kingdom
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: OBITUARY SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4KL
April 22, 2010
A man watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden, in north London April 22,...
London, United Kingdom
A man watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden
A man watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4KH
April 22, 2010
A woman watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden, in north London April 22,...
London, United Kingdom
A woman watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden
A woman watches the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4KE
April 22, 2010
People watch the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010....
London, United Kingdom
People watch the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden
People watch the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren pass through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4II
April 22, 2010
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer...
London, United Kingdom
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden in north London
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passes through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY PROFILE IMAGES THE DAY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4IE
April 22, 2010
The horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London...
London, United Kingdom
The horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden
The horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passes through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY PROFILE)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4IA
April 22, 2010
A fan holds a tribute to Malcolm McLaren outside Highgate Cemetery in north London April 22, 2010. Punk...
London, United Kingdom
A fan holds a tribute to Malcolm McLaren outside Highgate Cemetery
A fan holds a tribute to Malcolm McLaren outside Highgate Cemetery in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: OBITUARY SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2D4I7
April 22, 2010
The funeral cortege for British music impressario and manager of the Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren, passes...
London, United Kingdom
The funeral cortege for British music impressario and manager of the Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren, passes...
The funeral cortege for British music impressario and manager of the Sex Pistols, Malcolm McLaren, passes through Camden in north London April 22, 2010. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY PROFILE)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
RTR2D4HO
April 22, 2010
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer...
London, United Kingdom
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden in north London
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passes through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY PROFILE IMAGES THE DAY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
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April 22, 2010
A car leading the funeral procession for Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London...
London, United Kingdom
A car leading the funeral procession for Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery
A car leading the funeral procession for Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: OBITUARY SOCIETY)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
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April 22, 2010
Pamphlets are thrown from a bus as the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in...
London, United Kingdom
Pamphlets are thrown from a bus as the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden in north...
Pamphlets are thrown from a bus as the funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passes through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY PROFILE)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
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April 22, 2010
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer...
London, United Kingdom
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden in north London
The funeral cortege for Malcolm McLaren passes through Camden, in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passes through the city streets. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY OBITUARY PROFILE)
MUSIC-MCLAREN/FUNERAL
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April 22, 2010
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London...
London, United Kingdom
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London...
A horse-drawn carriage carrying the coffin of Malcolm McLaren arrives at Highgate Cemetery in north London April 22, 2010. Punk pioneer McLaren, best known for a brief but explosive collaboration with the Sex Pistols, was buried in London on Thursday after his cortege passed through the city streets. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: OBITUARY ENTERTAINMENT)
FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
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August 05, 2008
Joe Corre (L) and designer Barnzley check clothes at their store 'A child of Jago' in east London July...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
Joe Corre (L) and designer Barnzley check clothes at their store 'A child of Jago' in east London July 25, 2008. Joe Corre, the son of punk pioneers Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, has launched a new menswear boutique in East London devoted to selling his "Terrorist" clothing line and a range of collected artefacts. Picture taken July 25, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
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August 05, 2008
Memorabilia is displayed for sale inside the "A child of Jago" store in east London July 25, 2008. Joe...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
Memorabilia is displayed for sale inside the "A child of Jago" store in east London July 25, 2008. Joe Corre, the son of punk pioneers Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, has launched a new menswear boutique in East London devoted to selling his "Terrorist" clothing line and a range of collected artefacts. Picture taken July 25, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
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August 05, 2008
Memorabilia is displayed for sale inside the "A child of Jago" store in east London July 25, 2008. Joe...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
Memorabilia is displayed for sale inside the "A child of Jago" store in east London July 25, 2008. Joe Corre, the son of punk pioneers Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, has launched a new menswear boutique in East London devoted to selling his "Terrorist" clothing line and a range of collected artefacts. Picture taken July 25, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
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August 05, 2008
Designer Barnzley, co-founder of the store "A child of Jago" with Joe Corre, is seen working in a tube...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! story FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
Designer Barnzley, co-founder of the store "A child of Jago" with Joe Corre, is seen working in a tube train converted into his office in east London July 25, 2008. Corre, the son of punk pioneers Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, has launched a new menswear boutique in East London devoted to selling his "Terrorist" clothing line and a range of collected artefacts. Picture taken July 25, 2008. To match Reuters Life! story FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
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August 05, 2008
Joe Corre speaks during an interview with Reuters at his store "A child of Jago" in east London July...
London, United Kingdom
Joe Corre speaks during an interview with Reuters at his store "A child of Jago" in east London
Joe Corre speaks during an interview with Reuters at his store "A child of Jago" in east London July 25, 2008. Corre was born to rail against the establishment and now has the store to power the movement. The son of punk pioneers Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, Corre has launched a new menswear boutique in East London devoted to selling his "Terrorist" clothing line and a range of collected artefacts. To match Reuters Life! FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE/ Photograph taken July 25, 2008. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
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August 05, 2008
Joe Corre smiles as he attends an interview with Reuters at his store "A child of Jago" in east London...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
Joe Corre smiles as he attends an interview with Reuters at his store "A child of Jago" in east London July 25, 2008. Corre was born to rail against the establishment and now has the store to power the movement. The son of punk pioneers Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, Corre has launched a new menswear boutique in East London devoted to selling his "Terrorist" clothing line and a range of collected artefacts. Photograph taken July 25, 2008. FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE/ REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
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August 05, 2008
Pins are seen on a creation displayed inside "A child of Jago" store in east London July 25, 2008. Corre...
London, United Kingdom
To match Reuters Life! FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE
Pins are seen on a creation displayed inside "A child of Jago" store in east London July 25, 2008. Corre was born to rail against the establishment and now has the store to power the movement. The son of punk pioneers Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood, Corre has launched a new menswear boutique in East London devoted to selling his "Terrorist" clothing line and a range of collected artefacts.To match Reuters Life! FASHION-RETAIL/CORRE/ REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
McLAREN
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May 19, 2006
British producer Malcolm McLaren attends a news conference for U.S. director [Richard Linklater's] in-competition...
Cannes, France
British producer Malcolm McLaren attends a news conference for U.S. director [Richard Linklater's] i.....
British producer Malcolm McLaren attends a news conference for U.S. director [Richard Linklater's] in-competition film 'Fast Food Nation' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 19, 2006.
ARTS CANNES
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May 19, 2006
Producer Malcolm McLaren (R) and an unidentified guest arrive at the screening for U.S. director Richard...
Cannes, France
Producer Malcolm McLaren and guest arrive at screening for 59th Cannes Film Festival
Producer Malcolm McLaren (R) and an unidentified guest arrive at the screening for U.S. director Richard Linklater's in-competition film 'Fast Food Nation' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ARTS CANNES
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May 19, 2006
British producer Malcolm McLaren attends a news conference for U.S. director Richard Linklater's in-competition...
Cannes, France
British producer Malcolm McLaren attends a news conference at 59th Cannes Film Festival
British producer Malcolm McLaren attends a news conference for U.S. director Richard Linklater's in-competition film 'Fast Food Nation' at the 59th Cannes Film Festival May 19, 2006.REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
McLAREN
RTXMSK3
July 31, 2004
An art work named 'Hello Kitty Totem Pole', made by Malcolm McLaren, the creator of 1970's punk idols...
Tokyo, Japan
An art work named 'Hello Kitty Totem Pole', made by Malcolm McLaren, the creator of 1970's punk idol.....
An art work named 'Hello Kitty Totem Pole', made by Malcolm McLaren, the creator of 1970's punk idols The Sex Pistols, is displayed at an art exhibition in Tokyo July 31, 2004. The exhibition called 'Kitty EX', commemorating Hello Kitty's 30th anniversary, opened on Saturday and runs until August 29.
JAPAN
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July 31, 2004
An art work named 'Hello Kitty Totem Pole', made by Malcolm McLaren, the creator of 1970's punk idols...
Japan
Hello Kitty Totem Pole, created by Malcolm McLaren, is displayed in Tokyo.
An art work named 'Hello Kitty Totem Pole', made by Malcolm McLaren, the creator of 1970's punk idols The Sex Pistols, is displayed at an art exhibition in Tokyo July 31, 2004. The exhibition called 'Kitty EX', commemorating Hello Kitty's 30th anniversary, opened on Saturday and runs until August 29. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CP
BRITAIN MAYOR
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March 16, 2000
FILE PHOTO 16DEC99 - Malcolm McLaren, the craeator of 1970's punk idols The Sex Pistols, announced March...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FILE PHOTO OF MALCOLM MCLAREN.
FILE PHOTO 16DEC99 - Malcolm McLaren, the craeator of 1970's punk idols The Sex Pistols, announced March 16 that he was withdrawing from the race to become London's mayor. McLaren's best publicised policies were to legalise brothels and cannabis, and to install bars in public libraries.

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McLAREN
RTXJDXR
December 16, 1999
Malcolm McLaren exhales smoke as he sits in his north London studio December 16. McLaren, who managed...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
Malcolm McLaren exhales smoke as he sits in his north London studio December 16. McLaren, who manage.....
Malcolm McLaren exhales smoke as he sits in his north London studio December 16. McLaren, who managed 1970's punk idols The Sex Pistols, has promised to legalise brothels and cannabis if he is elected as Mayor of London.
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BRITAIN MAYOR MCLAREN
RTRTDPZ
December 16, 1999
Malcolm McLaren exhales smoke as he sits in his north London studio December 16. McLaren, who managed...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
MALCOLM MCLAREN BLOWS SMOKE AT HIS STUDIOS IN LONDON.
Malcolm McLaren exhales smoke as he sits in his north London studio December 16. McLaren, who managed 1970's punk idols The Sex Pistols, has promised to legalise brothels and cannabis if he is elected as Mayor of London.

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