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Topic - Harold Tillman
"The crowds are beyond expectations and the shows have been very professional and very fresh," said Tillman, who believes the Olympics have left Britain suffused in a pleasant afterglow. "People are feeling very good."
"It's off to a very good start," said Harold Tillman, chairman of the British Fashion Council that organizes the twice-a-year fashion extravaganza.