Vogue, “Vivienne Westwood’s Controversial Sex Pistols Shirt Was the Ultimate in Protest Fashion”

Forty years ago this spring, the artist and anarchist Jamie Reid created the wildly subversive images of Queen Elizabeth for the Sex Pistols’s “God Save the Queen” record sleeve, gleefully deconstructing Cecil Beaton’s portrait of Her Majesty, and the depiction quickly found its way onto Vivienne Westwood–created T-shirts.

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