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With the walls of his east London studio plastered in images of Mick Jagger and Pierrot clowns, Harry Lambert has reinvented what it means to be a famous person and dress well. In softening the edges of the sleazy rockstar stereotype, he has aligned Harry Styles with a sense of showmanship rooted not in sex but silliness. All feather boas, spangled jumpsuits, and big old saloon dresses, these bespoke pieces have played a pivotal role in the musician’s ascent into the upper-echelons of celebrity. And now, you can get your own piece of the action, as the stylist rifles through his own archive and puts old clothes, accessories, and more on Depop. “As a stylist and fashion lover, I’ve accumulated a large collection of pieces over the years, so it was time to have a clear-out,” he says. “There’s something for everyone in there. From much-loved pieces from my own personal collection to some more one-of-a-kind collectors items that were sourced or made for my clients.”  

Be it a Bode sweatshirt, a Marni tote, or Martine Rose’s freaky football mules, he says “all of these pieces hold special memories in some way or another,” but it’s the sold-out Harry Styles and Beauty Papers issue that was perhaps hardest to give up. “There’s also a custom t-shirt made bespoke for Alexander Skarsgård’s Interview shoot, which is a really fun and totally one-of-a-kind piece.“ Every last penny from the sale will go towards Mermaids, one of the UK’s leading LGBTQ+ charities that supports transgender, nonbinary, and gender-diverse children and their families. “It’s a cause that’s close to my heart. I just wanted to raise money for a community that I think needs our support now more than ever, given the times we are living in.” Click here to head over to Harry Lambert’s Depop shop.

In other news this week, the fashion industry felt a sudden swell of emotion as it paid homage to Issey Miyake, the generous and innovative designer who passed away aged 84. Elsewhere, Ottessa Moshfegh was also outed as a Depop girlie, Addison Rae was branded the devil incarnate, and Frank Ocean scrambled the internet with his £25k cock ring. Marc Jacobs, meanwhile, reunited Kim Gordon and Coco Moore in his latest campaign, and Tory MP Liz Truss begged for a Vogue cover. For everything else that may have passed you by, click through the gallery below.