Remixed generic thrift-store clothes

Here's the latest installment in my ongoing series of photos from my travels: this amazing dress made from thrift-store suit-coats, seen yesterday at Junky Styling in the Truman Brewery off Brick Lane in London. Junky has a knack for taking the most generic, bulk-available charity shop clothes and layering and mixing them to make the most extraordinary things. I have an overcoat from there that's so cool that people stop me on the street and ask me where I got it. We always stop in on a Sunday to see what's new there, and we're never disappointed: one week it's a ballgown made from Kiehl's Pharmacy aprons, the next it's a scarf made from the sleeves of an otherwise unlovely suit-coat.