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The fact that Stirling is not a black-tie event allows a certain peacock tendency to emerge in some of the male guests. So to contrast with George Ferguson’s trademark red trousers, Christophe Egret of Studio Egret West was sporting a pair in a ravishing lime green. This was also the colour of the shirt that Richard Rogers was wearing when interviewed on the Channel 4 programme. But on the night, he settled for a remarkably restrained ...

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