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PRESS RELEASE
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18th October 2018 - For Immediate Release

THE PRINCE’S TRUST TO SELL CELEBRITY OUTFITS DONATED BY: MICK JAGGER, LIONEL RICHIE, ROD STEWART, JOAN COLLINS, BRITNEY SPEARS & OTHERS AT JULIEN’S AUCTIONS ICONS & IDOLS: ROCK-N-ROLL AUCTION

All Proceeds to Benefit the Charity’s Mission of Helping Disadvantaged Young People in the UK

Saturday, November 10, 2018

Los Angeles, California – (October 23, 2018) The Prince’s Trust believes that every young person deserves the chance to succeed - so to raise funds for its work it is auctioning a collection of spectacular showbiz outfits of leading musicians and actors with Julien’s Auctions’ upcoming ICONS & IDOLS: ROCK-N-ROLL auction event on Saturday, November 10 live in Hard Rock Café in New York and online at juliensauctions.com. A marquee lineup featuring of items donated by Britney Spears, Lionel Richie, Mick Jagger, Rod Stewart, Joan Collins, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne and more will star on the auction stage.

Celebrity memorabilia is one of the most bouyant parts of the collectables market at auction says Darren Julien, chairman of the company that will be selling these glamorous items: “If you have always wanted to own something worn by one of your heroes, a rock music legend, actor or performer, this is your opportunity to achieve that dream while assisting The Prince’s Trust to help do something great for young people in Britain.”

The items for sale were all worn during the performance careers of this star studded cast of singers and actors, all of whom have a huge international following with many millions of fans. Their support for The Prince’s Trust is evidence of their great respect for the work of the Trust in changing lives.

JOAN COLLINS NOLAN MILLER COUTURE EVENING COAT

Joan Collins has donated a Nolan Miller couture evening coat - a satin scarlet double-breasted trench coat worn by her to the opening night of La Cage aux Folles in New York in 2004. Miller designed the costumes for Collins role in Dynasty (ABC, 1981-1989). The coat is accompanied by an image from the collection of Joan Collins. Donated by Joan Collins. Estimate $1,000-2,000.

MICK JAGGER CUSTOM MADE AND SIGNED JACKET

A custom-made black leather motorcycle jacket with “The Rolling Stones” on one sleeve, four tongue and lips logo on the other, and a tongue and lips logo on the back. Mick Jagger has signed the back in black marker “Best Wishes Mick Jagger X.” Donated by Mick Jagger. Estimate: $4,000-6,000

THE WHO SIGNED GUITAR

A Gibson SG 50th Anniversary guitar in white signed on the body in black marker by Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey. Serial number 124120668. Accompanied by a hard shell case with “WHO” stenciled in silver paint. Donated by The Who $2,000-4,000

BARBRA STREISAND’S HALTER-NECK DRESS FROM ‘ALL NIGHT LONG’.

A custom-made mint green jersey dress worn by Streisand in All Night Long (Universal, 1981) and in promotional images for the film. Accompanied by a promotional studio image of Streisand wearing the dress and a pair of strappy sandals believed to be the pair worn in the film. Donated by Barbara Streisand. Estimate $800-1,200

JOHN LENNON LIMITED EDITION PRINT

A limited edition print of John Lennon’s caricatures of his Quarry Bank High School schoolmates playing music, numbered 31/100. Accompanied by a handwritten letter of authenticity from Helen Anderson, Lennon’s classmate and friend at Liverpool Art College.

PAUL MCCARTNEY SIGNED COMPACT DISC SET

A Beatles Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band super deluxe anniversary edition six-disc set with compact discs and DVD, personally signed by Paul McCartney to the winning bidder of this lot. Donated by Paul McCartney. $2,000-4,000

BRITNEY SPEARS “I WANNA GO” MUSIC VIDEO ENSEMBLE

An ensemble worn by Britney Spears throughout her 2011 “I Wanna Go” music video consisting of a white leather jacket with safety pin, studs, and metal tassel decorations from Faith Connexion, customized by her stylist, David Thomas; a black ruffled miniskirt from Ashton Michael; a Beach Bunny red and white polka dot bikini top with white fringe and red bow detail; a pair of aviator sunglasses from DVB with a reddish-orange tint; and a pair of Vivienne Westwood multicolored checkered socks. Donated by Britney Spears’ Stylist David Thomas $2,000-4,000

BRYAN ADAMS AND PRETTY WOMAN CAST SIGNED GUITAR

A Fender FA-100 acoustic guitar signed in black marker by Brian Adams and 40 additional members of the cast and crew of the Broadway production of Pretty Woman. Serial number CFF1680645. Accompanied by a handwritten and signed letter from Bryan Adams on his personal letterhead stating that this was one of the guitars used to write songs for the musical. Together with a soft gig bag. Donated by Bryan Adams $2,000-4,000

ERIC CLAPTON STAGE WORN WAISTCOAT

A blue waistcoat with black lapels and buttons stage worn by Eric Clapton. Donated by Eric Clapton $4,000-6,000

BRIAN MAY STAGE WORN AND SIGNED JERSEY

A red hockey jersey with “May 19” on the back, stage worn and signed in black marker on the left chest “Brian May 2017.” May wore the jersey while performing the finale songs “We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions” at the Queen concert at the Bell Center in Montreal on July 17, 2017. Donated by Brian May $2,000-4,000

IRON MAIDEN BRUCE DICKINSON SIGNED RECORD AWARD

An EMI Germany presentation record award from June 2013 presented to Bruce Dickinson for sales exceeding 25000 units in Germany for Iron Maiden’s En Vivo! album, signed on the frame in silver marker by Dickinson. Donated by Bruce Dickinson $1,000-2,000

ANNIE LENNOX HANDWRITTEN LYRICS

A single sheet of handwritten lyrics in black pen by Annie Lennox to her 1992 song “Walking on Broken Glass.” Lennox has numbered each verse “V1,” “V2,” and “V3,” and titled the sheet in the center “Broken Glass Words and Music by Annie Lennox.” Housed in a Perspex case. Donated by Annie Lennox $800-1,200.

EMMA BUNTON STAGE WORN BOOTS

A pair of purple glitter platform ankle chunky-heel boots worn by Spice Girl Emma Bunton on stage. The zip-up boots has a handwritten label that reads “Emma.” Donated by Emma Bunton $800-1,200

GERI HALLIWELL SPICE GIRLS COSTUME

A Spice Girls ensemble worn by Geri Halliwell that comprises of a white tuxedo shirt and black jacket with “Spice Girls” label, a grey fedora hat, and a pair of black chunky-heeled lace-up platform shoes. Donated by Geri Halliwell $600-800

SHARON OSBOURNE PHOTOSHOOT WORN GOWN

A long-sleeved V-neck black gown with multi- colored sequin detail with flowers and birds throughout, mesh sleeves, label reads “Alexander McQueen/ Made in Italy.” Sharon Osbourne wears the gown in a promotional photoshoot for The X-Factor (ITV, 2004- present). Two online links to images of Osbourne wearing the gown are available upon request. Donated by Sharon Osbourne $1,000-2,000

OZZY OSBOURNE STAGE WORN CAFTAN

A black long-sleeved floor length caftan with gold embroidered designs of skulls and crosses with bat wings, embellished with black rhinestones, worn by Ozzy Osbourne while performing on stage. The custom-made caftan has shoulder pad inserts and closes with velcro on the front. Donated by Ozzy Osbourne $3,000-5,000

LIONEL RICHIE STAGE WORN AND SIGNED JACKET

A red custom jacket with black and gold lamé collar, signed on the interior in black marker “ ‘Hello’ Lionel Richie.” The jacket was designed by Richie’s stylist, David Thomas. Richie wore the jacket while performing on his 2016 Lionel Richie – All The Hits residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Donated by Lionel Richie $2,000-4,000

ROD STEWART STAGE WORN AND SIGNED JACKET WITH SIGNED SHOES AND SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH

A metallic light blue jacket with Bon Choix Couture New York label, signed on interior “AS WORN BY ME Rod Stewart.” Together with a pair of metallic gold loafers, each signed on the sole in black marker by Stewart, with a typed label within that reads “Sir Rod Stewart 43”; and a photograph of Stewart performing on stage that is signed in silver marker “My favorite blue jacket is yours! Rod Stewart.” Donated by Rod Stewart $800-1,200

JULIEN’S AUCTIONS PUBLIC EXHIBITION & LIVE AUCTION LOCATION

Hard Rock Cafe Times Square
1501 Broadway-Times Square
New York, NY 10036
Monday, November 5th, 2018 – Friday, November 9th, 2018
Free to the public: 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. EDT daily

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About Hard Rock International
With venues in 74 countries, including 185 cafes, 27 hotels and 12 casinos, Hard Rock International (HRI) is one of the most globally recognized companies. Beginning with an Eric Clapton guitar, Hard Rock owns the world's most valuable collection of music memorabilia, which is displayed at its locations around the globe. Hard Rock is also known for its collectible fashion and music-related merchandise and Hard Rock Live performance venues. HRI owns the global trademark for all Hard Rock brands. The company owns, operates and franchises Cafes in iconic cities including London, New York, San Francisco, Sydney and Dubai. HRI also owns, licenses and/or manages hotel/casino properties worldwide. Destinations include the company’s two most successful Hotel and Casino properties in Tampa and Hollywood, FL., both owned and operated by HRI parent entity The Seminole Tribe of Florida, as well as other exciting locations including Atlantic City, Bali, Cancun, Daytona Beach, Ibiza, Orlando, Shenzhen and San Diego. Upcoming new Hard Rock Cafe locations include, Maldives, Manila, Malaga, Georgetown, Fortaleza, Rosario and Chengdu. New Hard Rock Hotel, Casino or Hotel & Casino projects include Berlin, Budapest, Desaru Coast, Dublin, London, Los Cabos, Madrid, Maldives, New York City, Ottawa, Sacramento, Dalian and Haikou in China. In 2018, Hard Rock International was recognized as a Forbes Magazine Top Employer for Women and Land Operator of the Year at the Global Gaming Awards. For more information on Hard Rock International visit www.hardrock.com.


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