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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
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-SURUC
RTX1LEBX
July 22, 2015
An armed man escorts others carrying the coffins of the victims of Monday's bomb attack in Suruc, during...
Istanbul, Turkey
Armed man escorts others carrying the coffins of the victims of Monday's bomb attack in Suruc, during...
An armed man escorts others carrying the coffins of the victims of Monday's bomb attack in Suruc, during a funeral ceremony in Istanbul, Turkey, July 22, 2015. A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 30 people, mostly young students, in an attack on the Turkish town of Suruc near the Syrian border on Monday. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-SURUC
RTX1LEBE
July 22, 2015
An armed man escorts others carrying the coffins of the victims of Monday's bomb attack in Suruc, during...
Istanbul, Turkey
Armed man escorts others carrying the coffins of the victims of Monday's bomb attack in Suruc, during...
An armed man escorts others carrying the coffins of the victims of Monday's bomb attack in Suruc, during a funeral ceremony in Istanbul, Turkey, July 22, 2015. A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 30 people, mostly young students, in an attack on the Turkish town of Suruc near the Syrian border on Monday. REUTERS/Murad Sezer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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)
BRITAIN/
RTR32Y01
June 01, 2012
A Sex Pistols' God Save The Queen t-shirt is seen in a shop window on Pembridge road in west London May...
London, United Kingdom
A Sex Pistols' God Save The Queen t-shirt is seen in a shop window on Pembridge road in west London
A Sex Pistols' God Save The Queen t-shirt is seen in a shop window on Pembridge road in west London May 27, 2012. Celebrations to mark Britain's Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee begin this weekend. Picture taken May 27, 2012. REUTERS/Marika Kochiashvili (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ROYALS TRAVEL)
BRITAIN/
RTR2WA1K
January 14, 2012
A pedestrian walks past a mural by French street artist Tilt, which includes the lyrics to the Sex Pistols...
London, United Kingdom
A pedestrian walks past a mural by French street artist Tilt in the Shoreditch area of London
A pedestrian walks past a mural by French street artist Tilt, which includes the lyrics to the Sex Pistols "Anarchy in the UK" in the Shoreditch area of London January 14, 2012. Ornate graffiti appears on many buildings and structures in areas of the east London borough of Shoreditch. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN/
RTXXGPK
February 04, 2011
An art collector speaks with Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat (R) as he poses with "God Save the...
London, United Kingdom
Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat poses with "God Save the Future Queen," a mixed media artwork...
An art collector speaks with Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat (R) as he poses with "God Save the Future Queen", a mixed media artwork by Zoobs, in London February 4, 2011. The artwork, which depicts Prince William's fiancee Kate Middleton as the Queen as protrayed on the cover of the 1977 Sex Pistols album, is selling for £20,000 ($32,000). REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTXXGPF
February 04, 2011
Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat poses with "God Save the Future Queen", a mixed media artwork...
London, United Kingdom
Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat poses with "God Save the Future Queen," a mixed media artwork...
Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat poses with "God Save the Future Queen", a mixed media artwork by Zoobs and reminiscent of the cover of the 1977 Sex Pistols album in London February 4, 2011. The artwork, which depicts Prince William's fiancee Kate Middleton as the Queen is selling for £20,000 ($32,000). REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTXXGOY
February 04, 2011
Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat poses with "God Save the Future Queen", a mixed media artwork...
London, United Kingdom
Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat poses with "God Save the Future Queen," a mixed media artwork...
Opera Gallery Director Jean-David Malat poses with "God Save the Future Queen", a mixed media artwork by Zoobs and reminiscent of the cover of the 1977 Sex Pistols album in London February 4, 2011. The artwork, which depicts Prince William's fiancee Kate Middleton as the Queen is selling for £20,000 ($32,000). REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
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)
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
RTR2D4H7
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
RTR2D4H3
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
RTR2D4H1
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
RTR2D4GW
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)
USA/
RTXF4LL
May 09, 2009
Flea (L) and drummer Chad Smith (top) of the Red Hot Chili Peppers (RHCP) and Iggy Pop (2nd L) perform...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Iggy Pop performs at the Musicares MAP Fund benefit concert in Los Angeles
Flea (L) and drummer Chad Smith (top) of the Red Hot Chili Peppers (RHCP) and Iggy Pop (2nd L) perform with Steve Jones (R) of the Sex Pistols at the Musicares MAP Fund benefit concert in Los Angeles May 8, 2009. Anthony Kiedis of the RHCP was honored with the Stevie Ray Vaughan award at the event. Musicares assists the music community with addiction recovery. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
USA/
RTXF486
May 09, 2009
Member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers Flea (L) and drummer Chad Smith (C) perform with Steve Jones of the...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols performs at the Musicares MAP Fund benefit concert in Los Angeles
Member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers Flea (L) and drummer Chad Smith (C) perform with Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols at the Musicares MAP Fund benefit concert in Los Angeles May 8, 2009. Anthony Kiedis was honored with the Stevie Ray Vaughan award at the event. Musicares assists the music community with addiction recovery. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
SPAIN/
RTX8GTX
September 06, 2008
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival...
Vitoria, Spain
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at Azkena Rock Festival...
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival in Vitoria September 5, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX8GTW
September 06, 2008
The Sex Pistols members (L-R) Glen Matlock, John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, Paul Cook (obscured)...
Vitoria, Spain
The Sex Pistols perform at the Azkena Rock Festival in Vitoria
The Sex Pistols members (L-R) Glen Matlock, John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, Paul Cook (obscured) and Steve Jones perform at the Azkena Rock Festival in Vitoria September 5, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX8GTV
September 06, 2008
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival...
Vitoria, Spain
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at Azkena Rock Festival...
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival in Vitoria September 5, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX8GTU
September 06, 2008
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival...
Vitoria, Spain
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at Azkena Rock Festival...
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival in Vitoria September 5, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX8GTT
September 06, 2008
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival...
Vitoria, Spain
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at Azkena Rock Festival...
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival in Vitoria September 5, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX8GTS
September 06, 2008
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival...
Vitoria, Spain
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at Azkena Rock Festival...
The Sex Pistols lead singer John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, performs at the Azkena Rock Festival in Vitoria September 5, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SERBIA/
RTX7WQ2
July 14, 2008
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia,...
Novi Sad, Serbia
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia, July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
SERBIA/
RTX7WLD
July 14, 2008
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia,...
Novi Sad, Serbia
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia, July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
SERBIA/
RTX7WLH
July 13, 2008
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia,...
Novi Sad, Serbia
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia, July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
SERBIA/
RTX7WLB
July 13, 2008
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia,...
Novi Sad, Serbia
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia, July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
SERBIA/
RTX7WL9
July 13, 2008
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia,...
Novi Sad, Serbia
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia, July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
SERBIA/
RTX7WL8
July 13, 2008
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia,...
Novi Sad, Serbia
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia, July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
SERBIA/
RTX7WL6
July 13, 2008
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia,...
Novi Sad, Serbia
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad
Johnny Rotten performs with the Sex Pistols during the Exit music festival in Novi Sad, northerm Serbia, July 14, 2008. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
NEWYORK-CBGB/
RTR1YTLV
March 27, 2008
Artist Steve Joester holds a mixed media work featuring the rock group The Sex Pistols as he stands in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Artist Steve Joester with work to be exhibited at former legendary rock club CBGB turned into art gallery...
Artist Steve Joester holds a mixed media work featuring the rock group The Sex Pistols as he stands in the new Morrison Hotel Gallery which is opening in the former legendary CBGB rock club in New York, March 26, 2008. Punk rock fans who mourned the closure of New York's legendary club CBGB can catch a glimpse of nostalgia on Thursday when the art gallery taking over the space preserves some of its history. Picture taken March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTX4CE6
December 03, 2007
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT - Lead singer Johnny Rotten performs with Sex Pistols at...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT - Lead singer Johnny Rotten performs with Sex Pistols at the Roxy bar in Los Angeles October 25, 2007. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)
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