By and  on May 19, 2014

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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