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The 1970’s was a bold and overstated era in the fashion department, giving us hippie chic, power dressing, glam rock and even punk – all within an exceptional 10-year timeframe. We haven’t even paid homage to Bo Derek’s braids (shout out to Bo). But the most exceptional fashion moment of all? Well that’s a no-brainer. Browns launched into the London scene in 1970.
At a time when there were no multi-brand boutiques, Joan Burstein and her husband Sidney bought the first of five Georgian townhouses on South Molton Street and changed to course of retail and fashion history.
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