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Gangs of Sheep Take Over Savile Row to Promote, uh, Themselves

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Is this how the fashion industry has decided to buy into the locavore movement? By bringing sheep to central London and penning them up all along the city's legendary Savile Row—right in front of Lanvin? Ha ha. Just kidding. We ran into two herds of sheep today—in town to make a point about British wool. Yes, buy British wool, it's good stuff and comes from cute sheep, says Prince Charles, sort of.
· Savile Row field day [Time Out London]
· The Prince of Wales launches The Campaign for Wool [Second Nature]