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which are still there today. Not too fitted, but almost floating – a twin advantage – since it not only looks comfortable, but is. This might call to mind the fluid lines of Giorgio Armani who celebrates 40 years in the fashion business this year and who is largely credited with reminding us of the soft tailoring legacy of much of the 1940s – but of course created in Armani's own style. Savile Row too, of course, celebrates
the many ways it can whip up a suit to suit you and a softer drape is favoured by many of the tailors – who despite using centuries-old techniques which they share, still manage to weave their own DNA into any garment,
it theirs – and instantly recognisable to those who know. The Duke has been famously loyal to many on the Row. Knowledgeable about his fabrics, the
Duke of Edinburgh trusts in a conventional style which he also knows must translate visually around the world as he is one of the most recognisable British faces