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 (brŭm′əl), George Bryan Known as "Beau Brummell." 1778-1840.
British dandy who popularized new men's fashions, including simply cut clothing, trousers rather than breeches, and elaborate neckwear. An inveterate gambler, he died in poverty in France.


(Biography) George Bryan, called Beau Brummell. 1778–1840, English dandy: leader of fashion in the Regency period


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George Bryan II, Beau Brummell.
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