Beau Brummell's home is on Chesterfield Street in London. A leader in fashion, and friend of the Prince Regent, soon to become King George IV, George "Beau" Brummel was credited with introducing the Men's Suit. Forgoing other extravagances, he focused his time and money on his fashion style. His flamboyant mode of dress, influential and cutting edge, would come to be called "dandyism". He made large sums of money while he lived in England, yet spent even more, and left owing large sums, in 1816. He fled to France so he could escape debtor's prison, and would spend the rest of his life there. As time passed would eventually run out of money, and would, finally, wind up in debtor's prison. He died died penniless, in 1840 from Syphillis in LeBon Sauver Asylum in Caen.