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The Magic NumberIn 2012, the Olympic Games come to London for a third time in the city's history. Here, the IOC's Olympic Studies Centre delves into the history books to find fascinating facts from the London Games of 1908 and 1948OLYMPIC REVIEW 57OLYMPIC FACTS

58 OLYMPIC REVIEW OLYMPIC FASHIONLooking the partWith a host of world-class designers creating the official team kits and uniforms, London 2012 looks set to be one of the most stylish Games yet, as Joanna Hunter discoversWith the eyes of the world upon it, you could forgive an Olympic host city for indulging in a little peacocking every now and again. And, despite having a couple of Olympic Games already under its belt, London appears to be no exception. Grand new stadiums and athletic feats aside, there is another arena in which London 2012 is determined to shine: the world of fashion. In March 2012, at the Tower of London, designer Stella McCartney and Adidas, Official Sportswear Provider of Team GB, unveiled their latest collaboration: the official kit. Modelled by over 30 athletes, including heptathlete Jessica Ennis and triple jumper Phillips Idowu, McCartney's creations combine what is claimed to be the best in performance technologies with a contemporary design echoing the British Union flag. While her models declared