Bazaar in King's Road
Bazaar in King's Road
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Bazaar in King's Road
Front elevation of Markham House, 138a King's Road, Chelsea, on the corner of Markham Square. The building is split into a number of different businesses. On the corner is Bazaar, which was the boutique of Mary Quant, famed for popularising the mini-skirt and later hot pants, her husband, Alexander Plunket-Greene, and photographer and former solicitor, Archie McNair. Bazaar opened in November 1955 and closed in 1969. Below Bazaar was Alexander's coffee bar and Jazz club, a sign for which is on the railing on the corner. Next to Bazaar is Ronald Tuckerman, estate agents, and beyond this a part of the front elevation of The Markham Arms public house.
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