George Bryan Brummell, born 7th June, 1778, commonly known as 'Beau' Brummel. An iconic figure in Regency England, he is credited with introducing and establishing the modern men's suit and tie as a fashion. He took five hours to dress, and recommended that boots be polished with champagne!  "true elegance consists in not being noticed" #dandy #style #menswear #iconicstyle #ss15 #londonsculpture #londonfashion #historiclondon www.kingdom-london.com

Born George Bryan Brummell, on June he was an icon of fashion in the Regency period. He was known as 'Beau' Brummell, and he became a friend of the Prince Regent, later King George the

Everyday Alchemy at the Tate  #sculpture  www.kingdom-london.com

Terence Koh ‘Untitled (A New World Order Lies in this Golden Age)’, 2006 © Terence Koh, courtesy Peres Projects, Los Angeles/Berlin

African Tribal Art, or Art Premier, is soaring in popularity as a recent Sotheby's Paris world record auction proved www.kingdom-london.com

Graves of 'vampires' discovered in Poland were cholera victims

African Tribal Art, or Art Premier, is soaring in popularity as a recent Sotheby's Paris world record auction proved

Haroshi's Sculptures Turn Broken Skateboards into Art   www.kingdom-london.com

Haroshi's Sculptures Turn Broken Skateboards into Art

The skateboarder-turned-self-taught artist& repurposed pieces take over Jonathan LeVine Gallery.

Bushra Fakhoury: Sculptures | Trickster Bronze, signed 46 x 30 x 13 cm Edition 8 £7,000   #sculpture #contemporarysculpture #collectlondon #cattogallery http://www.kingdom-london.com

Bushra Fakhoury: Sculptures | Trickster Bronze, signed 46 x 30 x 13 cm Edition 8 £7,000 #sculpture #contemporarysculpture #collectlondon #cattogallery http://www.kingdom-london.com

The Worlds first Gherkin Chandelier at Bompass and Parr  #chandelier #lighting #luxury #suits   www.kingdom-london.com

“Bompas & Parr’s Gherkin Chandelier” by David Lane and Jeremy Valender - NOWNESS presents

Stoneware birds by the 19th-century Martin Brothers soar above their estimates at Woolley & Wallis auction, proving the rising popularity of Arts and Crafts artefacts www.kingdom-london.com

Stoneware birds by the 19th-century Martin Brothers soar above their estimates at Woolley & Wallis auction, proving the rising popularity of Arts and Crafts artefacts www.kingdom-london.com

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