Monday, 15 July 2013

He don't sweat the small stuff . . .

Milton Carnaby, the Sixties fashion guru who introduced
the idea of wearing your shirt back-to-front with the collar 
turned up, appeared on the BBC Book Programme to promote
his autobiography 'Rag Trade to Riches' and was accused of using
a ghost-writer to compile his memoirs.  Carnaby merely shrugged 
and said "What am I, bleedin' Einstein?  I never learned to read
nor write - I was too busy making money!"

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