Few neighborhoods can boast statues of fashion trailblazers, and St. James’s in London is one of them.
At the Jermyn Street end of the Piccadilly Arcade — a corridor of tiny shops with expertise ranging from dressing gown- and pajama-making to button- and cufflink-engraving to bespoke silk umbrella construction — is a statue of the dandy George Bryan “Beau” Brummell, the most stylish man in Regency London, who regularly patronized the area’s gentlemen’s shops.
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