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Published: Sep 23, 2008
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Jude Law Buys Classic Clothes To Pass Down To Next Generation
by Staff

Jude Law has kept the suit he wore to his first awards ceremony to pass on to his sons.

The 'Alfie' actor - who has three children, sons Rafferty, 11, and Rudy, six, and daughter Iris, seven, with ex-wife Sadie Frost - prefers buying classic, long-lasting items so he can hand them down to the next generation.

He revealed: "I love the idea of durability, that you can buy a classic, beautifully-made suit or leather bag that will last for years.

"I like to keep things that I know I can pass on to my children. I've still got the tuxedo I wore to my first ever Oscars ceremony so I can give it to my son."

Jude, 35, also revealed his distrust of men who spend too much time pampering themselves.

He added to Britain's Grazia online: "I have to say I've never had a wet shave before. I'd like to try it out but I'm always wary of any man who has enough time for a manicure and pedicure!" (c) BANG

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