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The bohemian rock-chick look so beloved by Kate Moss wannabes worldwide owes a lot to Ossie Clark—a British label that rose to fame in the late '60s thanks to its gutsily patterned chiffon dresses and devotees like Marianne Faithfull and Anita Pallenberg. The brand went away for awhile, then staged a European comeback last year under a new designer, and this fall its new incarnation will be appearing exclusively at Madison in the US.
The West 3rd Street, Malibu and online shops will carry a smattering of pieces from the fall collection, which brings back '70s staples such as flower-power prints, high waistlines, and billowing sleeves. Schoolgirl-ish white tights optional, but we're actually very much digging those too.
· Madison [Official Site]
· Ossie Clark [Official Site]