Person    | Male  Born 7/6/1778  Died 30/3/1840

Beau Brummell

Categories: Craft / Design

Countries: France

Born as George Bryan Brummell in Westminster. A gambler and dandy and one of the Prince Regent's favourites, he set the dress code of the day and effectively invented the modern trousers. Considered by some to be the first celebrity. Died in the charitable asylum of Bon Sauveur, Caen, Normandy, France.

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Beau Brummell

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Beau Brummell statue

{The base of the statue is inscribed:} Sedlecka 2002 {On a brass plaque at t...

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Beau Brummell - W1

Greater London Council Beau Brummell, 1778 - 1840, leader of fashion, lived h...

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