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In the 70’s boutique culture was bought to the masses through the launch of BIBA and Quorum boutiques in London. On PSFK’s Christmas list this year was Judith Watt’s biography...

Simon King, London Denim
  • 10 january 2005

In the 70’s boutique culture was bought to the masses through the launch of BIBA and Quorum boutiques in London. On PSFK’s Christmas list this year was Judith Watt’s biography of Ozzie Clark, one of the most forgotten designers of the 70’s and a key player behind the Quorum boutique. Strangely enough coming to boutiques near you this spring summer we see many designers (For example: Giles Deacon, Matthew Willamson, Miu Miu + many more) reinventing the abstract pattern style first championed by Clark.

Back to the 70’s, PSFK will see you there.

Giles Deacon
Matthew Williamson
Miu Miu

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