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Karl Lagerfeld: Larger-than-life fashion king who wowed and shocked

Outlandish to the core, he seared his personality into the imagination of the trade he loved

Danny Williams: Swindon Town legend and League Cup-winning manager

The Yorkshireman’s appearance record for the Millers still stands, but his greatest day came on a Wembley mudheap in 1969, when his Third Division underdogs beat Arsenal to lift the trophy

Kim Bok-dong: South Korean survivor of Japan’s ‘comfort women’ camps

She endured a system of mass rape during the Second World War and made it her mission to hold Tokyo to account – an outcome that eluded her

Dean Ford: singer with Sixties chart-toppers The Marmalade

Ford's group scored a number 1 with a cover of The Beatles’ ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’ in 1969; he co-wrote the band’s other hits, which would help to sustain him when the lean times came

Ray Sawyer: Eye patch-wearing Dr Hook singer and percussionist

His resemblance to Captain Hook in ‘Peter Pan’ inspired the name of the soft-rock band that gave us ‘Sylvia’s Mother’, ‘When You’re in Love With a Beautiful Woman’ and ‘Sexy Eyes’