While searching for warmth (online, as one does) on this cold
night, I found Jeremy in a luxurious cardigan. The source is this fab article from The Guardian archive about him and
Richard Briers. How else could one have known that our Jeremy was a classic fashion icon? :D
In 1970, mannequin-maker Adele Rootstein, who had already made window dummies of Donyale Luna, Twiggy and Lady Jacqueline Rufus Isaacs, decided Brett had the right look for today. She convinced him to model, and now there are life-size copies of Brett in shop windows all over the world. He represents “modern man” in the Bath Museum.