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Dress Like a Rock Star in Eric Clapton’s Shiny Puffas

“That’s from Eric,” a British Red Cross volunteer at London’s best-connected charity shop on Chelsea’s Old Church Street cajoles a customer contemplating a black shiny down Moncler jacket, a snip at £300. ‘Eric’ is legendary rock guitarist, Eric Clapton, 73, who lives nearby and co-owns Cordings of Picaddily famed for its traditional English tailoring comprising clothes for country pursuits. The singer bought 50% of the label when it faced closure and regularly donates entire collections to the shop. He said at the time of his acquisiton:”I am a big fan of English traditional tailoring and have always been intrigued by the balance between functionality and style in the development of men’s fashion. “I wanted to help preserve Cordings for myself so I could continue to shop there.” Clapton’s spirit, looms larger than life here; in an inscribed penny loafer with the Wonderful Tonight crooner’s name and Cordings’ hunting suits, monk skins, corduroys, waistcoats and many other expensive attire. A Dolce and Gabbana wool overcoat spotting a gold chain label has been donated by David Beckham …

Grosvenor Crescent is UK’s Most Expensive Street with £17m Average Homes

Grosvenor Crescent, located in the heart of Belgravia between Hyde Park Corner and Belgravia Square, is the most expensive residential street in England and Wales, according to the annual research from Lloyds Bank. A typical property on Grosvenor Crescent will cost an average of £16,918,000. Embed from Getty Images Belgravia has long attracted wealthy buyers and famous residents including former prime ministers Stanley Baldwin and Margaret Thatcher to the area due to its graceful white stucco residences, sweeping crescents, private garden squares and closeness to all the amenities of nearby Knightsbridge, Pimlico and Chelsea, to create the nation’s wealthiest district – three of the top five most expensive streets are in Belgravia. Grosvenor Crescent seems to have weathered the storm buffeting property valuations at London’s top-end of the market after the vote to exit the European Union, with the typical price tags unchanged since last December. However same thing cannot be said for next-door neighbours Eaton Square – which topped the bank’s table a year ago – which has seen more than £3m wiped off …