Fluff a new boutique at 384 king's Road, Chelsea takes its name from a Tibetan Abso (a dog) which is a small edition of
Fluff a new boutique at 384 king's Road, Chelsea takes its name from a Tibetan Abso (a dog) which is a small edition of the English sheep dog Tibetan style. Fluff was not present at the opening, but there were the three partners Immogen Hassall actress, David Gelber and Michael Curtis. The idea is to specialise in out-of -the-ordinary women's wear trying to be different from all the other boutiques. Carmel Curtis (21) sister of one of the partners, pours champagne. Also pictured Vicky Hodge. December 1969 Z12064-002
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