It’s surprising that Robert Montgomery didn’t end up in the fashion business, so dedicated was his teenage self to the art of dressing-up. "I used to go dressed as a Victorian, like Oscar Wilde, in a double-breasted suit, a cravat, velvet cape and black-and-white shoes, to my local high school in Glasgow," he recalls, considerably less flamboyant today. "I’ve always thought of clothes as a democratic art form and a way to express yourself."
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