Chelsea Girl in King's Road
Chelsea Girl in King's Road
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Chelsea Girl in King's Road
A young lady, in a light coloured three-quarter length belted coat, looking towards the front entrance of Chelsea Girl, 90 King's Road, Chelsea. The large letters of the sign spelling out the word 'GIRL' are clearly visible. Further along you can see the reflection of a lady window shopping. Chelsea Girl became one of the first real fashion boutique chains. in 1988 the stores were merged with their menswear counterparts, Concept Man to become River Island.
London Metropolitan Archives
LCC Photograph Library
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