Globe Theatre, New Globe Walk, Bankside, London
When Paddington Bear first arrived in London from Peru, he cut a dash in his blue duffle coat, and in the red hat given to him by his Uncle Pastuzo. But that was 1958. These days, he’s even more sartorially astute and can be seen around London in a variety of natty outfits, each designed by someone famous. Here he is in an Elizabethan ensemble outside the Globe Theatre. Shakespeare himself wrote that clothes make the man. They clearly make the bear, too.