Ossie Clark by Avsh Alom Gur

Avsh Alom Gur was appointed as Head of Design of the newly formed fashion house in 2007. He graduated from a Fashion Masters at Central Saint Martins in 2002, and following consultancies for Donna Karan, Robert Cavalli and Nicole Farhi, launched his own womenswear and accessories label in 2005. I loved seeing his shows at – definitely a hot ticket!
has stocked Avsh Alom Gur’s label exclusively in the UK right from the very beginning. One of the things that I really like about Mark Ellis – owner of Palette is that he really loves and cares about the designers he stocks – it’s not about the label or the name it’s always about the craftsmanship & design.

Oh, to be a glamours girl and dress up and feel oh so fabulous!

Palette London
21 Canonbury Lane,
Islington, London N1 2AS

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  1. Carl Starling
    July 27, 2008 at 10:10

    His work looks beautiful and oh-so elegant…loving the billowing sleeves. I have great respect for designers who don’t follow trends, but concentrate on class, elegance, a woman’s natural beauty and craftsmanship. I’m going to be googling this one!

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