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Hooray for Tyler Brulee, founder of Wallpaper magazine. He has spent £30,000 of Conran Foundation money on objects to be exhibited at a Design Museum exhibition this autumn. They include a 'carryon flight bag from Richard James, a teak monkey by Kay Bojesen and Tabarome cologne from Creed'.

Museum director Paul Thompson notes: 'It is entirely fitting that such a stylish and mould-breaking brand as Bombay Sapphire should be associated with this venture.'

Large doubles seem in order.

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