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In another thread, english gent reminded me of some of the changes that took place in London fashion and tailoring in the mid-1960's. One of the most styish and influential participants in this transition was Michael Fish, who brought his 60s peacock style to Clifford Street in 1966. His tailoring shop (Mr. Fish) had a rather noteworthy client base of royals and pop stars and became somewhat of a temple for those seeking the colourful, individualistic styles of the new era. While he is most often remembered the designer and shirtmaker who previously had updated (if not transformed) Turnbull & Asser with fitted shirts and his "kipper" ties, he remains one of the inspirational leaders of the peacock revolution. Any information on what became of Mr Fish would be most appreciated.