Kentish Town institution Blustons closes after 84 years

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Kentish Town institution Blustons closes after 84 years

A ladies clothes shop in Kentish Town, which has been described as 'an institution', is preparing to close down after more than 80 years in business. 

Blustons has been run by the same family since it opened in 1931. 

Three generations on, current owner Michael Albert has told London Live why it's now time to call it a day. 

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