Chelsea look

   A style of dress that originated in the Chelsea district of London in the Beatnik culture of the 1950s but segued into the 1960s with a "look" that included capes, shoulder bags, geometric pantyhose, miniskirts, and low-slung hip belts.
   See also Beat look; Quant, Mary.

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