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Clerkenwell Design Week gave us the opportunity to spot a few stylish dressers and to quizz them about where they get their clothes.
Lulu Guinness was promoting her new Clerkenwell clutch handbag by creating a human sized 'pin art machine', where you could press your body into a pin sculpture for all to see. We're not sure where Lulu's dress is from, she was a bit busy to ask. We suspect vintage.
This is Nigel Coates on the left, a very well respected chap in the design world. I had no idea who he was as I bossed him about asking where his clothes came from, Jane filled me in after I'd press ganged him into posing. He charmingly obliged .
He remembered exactly where everything came from: jacket- Prada, shirt- Topshop, jeans- Unconditional, belt- SBU (from Rome), Socks- from Japan, specs from Mito, Italy and shoes from Clarks. He was wearing some jolly nice rings too.