London’s Portobello Market is famous for being one of the best sources of vintageclothing in the world. Using finds scoured from its stalls, we dress both humans and scarecrows alike. After all, it’s the clothes that maketh the straw man

Photography by Jack Davison Styling by Lucinda Chambers

 

Mask, by Cim Mahony

 

This page: tunic, £75, and dress, £150, both from Sarah Horrillo’s Portobello stand; jacket, £35 from Reign Vintage, London; gloves, £1.50 from Poundland

 

dress, £245 from Elaine Bernstein’s Portobello stand; skirt, £150 from Su Mason’s Portobello stand; mask, by Cim Mahony.

 

For full shoot, please purchase our print edition at select retailers

 

Hair: Cim Mahony. Make-up: Lotten Holmqvist. Models: Jeny Howorth, Barnaby Aldridge, Amanda Ljunggren, Kieren Lucas. Production: Sylvia Farago. Props: Rachel Thomas. Special thanks to the vendors of Portobello: @aloosearrangement, @bridge_portobello, @burnett4586, @dancingdollarslondon, @herbiemensahvintage, @london.vintage, @lucindaportobello, @oohlalavintage, @pauloportobello22, @portobelloeye, @selfishmaids, @smallselectionofgoodstuff, @sumasonlondon, @viva_antiques, Beyond Retro, Reign Vintage, Rellik, Rokit and 282 Portobello