From today's Sun, the paper's ex-editor Kelvin MacKenzie, writing about the death of 1960s pop star Dave Dee, remembers his own sixties sartorial elegance. "...orange chiffon shirt, white hipster trousers, two-tone green and brown shoes and a tapestry jacket. With a bit of luck I could have been the Quentin Crisp of journalism."
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