Alex: Leather & Levi’s in Evening Standard’s London Looks

From his sunnies to his Dr Martens, Alex wears head to toe charity shop perfection

Alex wears leather biker jacket, cut off T-shirt and Levi’s, sunglasses and Dr Marten boots, all from charity shops. He’s pictured in Dalston where he lives and works as a waiter. As featured in Evening Standard’s London Looks.

Alex in Dalston

Festival Fashion in the Wilderness

A last minute trip to Wilderness Festival in Charlsbury, Oxfordshire, proved to be an absolute feast of music, cuisine, art, rolling hills and most of all fantastic festival style. Saturday night’s masked ball brought out a stunning array of magical costumes, and the party took on the feel of a fairy tale land; think medieval gowns, top hats, corsets and plenty of plumage. Musical highlights included Laura Marling, Anthony and The Johnsons and Toots and the Maytals.

Topshop Orange DressFlo wears sheer orange dress from Topshop, bumbag from Urban Outfitters and vintage boots.Ecuador Print ShawlJade Moore, a seamstress from Bethnal Green, wears shawl – fabric from Ecuador, vintage shorts, T-Shirt from New York, bum bag from Happy Harriet, hand made head dress and charity shop boots.

Topshop Leather LeggingsCharlotte Heffer (left) wears Topshop leather leggings & jacket, Kangol leopard print trainers & feather head dress. Her sister, Sophia Heffer, wears beaded dress from a thrift store in San Francisco & red mask from Preposterous Presents.

Beyond Retro shorts & Dr Martens Emily Pustelnik from Bethnal Green works for Barfly in Camden. She wears vintage jacket from Argentina, pastel striped shorts from Beyond Retro, Topman vest and Dr Marten boots.

Brick lane and Camden vintageGreta from Tasmania wears dress and hat, Brick Lane market,  vintage creeper brogue shoes from Camden, chunky gold earrings from an Indian clothes store in Bethnal Green, and a home made necklace.

Hareem pants and slouchy t-shirtLorna Turnbull a florist from Leytonstone, London, wears hareem pants, slouchy tee and a money belt from India.

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Upside down shirt in Broadway Market

It’s not what you wear, it’s how you wear it. It’s no accident that this lovely lady’s wearing her shirt upside down, and it works. Newly arrived from Sweden, and in head to toe charity shop finds, we found Anna amonsgt the throng of well dressed boys and girls on a Saturday afternoon in London Fields.