Paul Smith T5 Art Wall goes cycling in July

Felice Gimondi # 2 / James Straffon /

The Paul Smith 'Globe' store at London Heathrow airport's Terminal 5 will be celebrating the 2010 Tour de France in July with an exhibition and sale of artworks by London artist James Straffon of the NÖ Gallery.

Until the recent outing of Sir Alan Sugar as a closet cyclist with a garageful of carbon Pinarellos, Sir Paul Smith was the go-to iconic entrepreneur with a passion for bicycles. Unlike the irascible Sir Alan, however, you will search fruitlessly for a grumpy word from or about Sir Paul who has managed to build a peerless reputation for himself in the ethereal and flighty field of mens fashion and design while also keeping his feet firmly on the ground by championing his beloved sport of cycling and home city of Nottingham.

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