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The Notting Hill star was on hand to honour Savile Row tailor Richard James (left) in London on Tuesday night. He's not the only famous face to shop in the legendary row, Prince Charles and Jude Law are customers, too
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Interior designer Viscount Linley, who was accompanied by his wife Serena, showed his own creative flair in his choice of tie
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Hugh among sharp-suited celebs feting Savile Row talent

30 APRIL 2008
Dapper was the look du jour for film stars, royalty and TV talent alike at a central London soiree this week. Hugh Grant, Viscount Linley and filmmaker David Furnish were among a roll call of familiar faces who'd donned their sharpest suits for a party honouring acclaimed Savile Row tailor Richard James.

Appropriately, male guests were displaying the cut and quality which have made Savile Row a mecca for suit-wearing men the world over, with interior design expert Viscount Linley accessorising his navy two-piece with a vibrant tie. Beat The Star presenter Vernon Kay also adapted the style to reflect his personality, stepping out in a metallic blue affair and white shoes.

Not to be outdone, there were some equally as well-dressed ladies at the party. In a nod to the occasion What Not To Wear fashionista Susannah Constantine was in a trouser suit, as was Texas frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri.