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INFANT IMMORTALITY

Admittedly, the red braces and yellow, long-sleeve T-shirt combo wouldn’t cut it at Pitti Uomo. The lemon curd-coloured tux he and the other Griffins wear in the opening song sequence might have some of the more credulous Pitti peacocks jealously assuming he was on to a trend they’d not heard about, but won’t be drawing admiring gazes from Karl Lagerfeld (who famously mused he could “recognise a Cifonelli shoulder from a

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