Internationally recognised as markers as past success (or sometimes otherwise – campaigning, notoriety and so on) take a little time out to visit, a stone’s throw from Savile Row, Chesterfield Street, where you can pay homage to Beau Brummell who occupied the elegant town house which still exists a few feet from today’s roar of relatively vulgar traffic.  That familiar Wedgwood blue disc might allude to the man whom in his day was described as a man of fashion but ignore that.  British style ambassadors will have to wait for the inevitable and have their domiciles or workplaces similarly tagged.  Surely we can expect Vivienne Westwood, Sir Paul Smith – and a few others.  BUT not too soon please!