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WRONG! It is not a real Pierre Cardin suit. It is a design copied from a Pierre Cardin suit made by a british taylor.
It is not a Pierre Cardin, but George Harrison is a top model! Amazing!
Another Gem of a picture
George as I will always remember him!
The first suits were Pierre Cardin suits purchased from my father at the Smart Weston’s store in St. Ann’s Sq. The Beatles were brought over from the Granada TV studios a few blocks away. This was ’62/’63 (my sister was born in ’63 and we left the UK shortly after to come to Canada).
Reynolds is correct that the ones used for Album covers and promo shots were knock-offs, because they wanted different colours that weren’t available from Pierre Cardin at the time.
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