About Us

About us

Established in 1969, Hampstead Bazaar is very proud to have introduced Laiza Adzer, a young designer from Scandinavia in those days, within its first collection of elegantly flowing suzti clothes.
To the many already familiar with the Hampstead Bazaar range, the principle of timeless elegance based on comfort and freedom of movement, it requires no introduction. For over 40 years Hampstead Bazaar clothes continue to speak for themselves: beautifully manufactured, naturally sourced and designed to follow the beautiful lines of woman’s natural form; unrestricted by the un-natural sizing so prevalent in contemporary fashion.
Often copied, but never equalled, many designers and collections have been inspired by our unique style over the years, have even been the subject of PhD’s and thesis and continue to bring stylish designs to all, working from the principle that every woman is beautiful and every woman deserves beautiful clothes
Saf Khan, owner and current designer is very proud and excited to now introduce Hampstead Bazaar to those further away and not able to visit our flagship stores, making our designs available for the first time online.
We hope you continue to enjoy the pleasures of buying clothes created for you, but now in the comfort of your own homes.


Self praise is no recommendation!

“When I’m in a panic and in a hurry to go out, I can’t go wrong if I wear a dress from Hampstead Bazaar”

Dame Judi Dench


Mary Kenny

Source: “Sunday Telegraph”

“Again I came to Bath and found exactly what I wanted – Thanks to Hampstead Bazaar.

With All good wishes, Judi Dench”


Dame Judi Dench

“Timeless – ageless, unpretentious and extremely comfortable clothes”


Rula Lenska

“The secret is the cut and the soft, flowing natural fibre fabric. Its divine and liberating – if you are young and slender, these clothes are a dream. If you are older and plumper, these clothes are a life saver”.

Celebrity – Writer – Painter – Ex Fashion editor of ‘Sunday Times’


Molly Perkins

“Hello – I am so thrilled with my clothes. I am hard to clothe & I am utterly delighted.”


Miriam Margolyes

(Professor Sprout in Harry Porter)

Hampstead Bazaar,

there in the - 1960's 1970's 1980's 1990's 2000's 2010's still here in 2017!

Thanks to you!