From championing local labels to scouring lost property, how our team in Hoxton and Shoreditch get their look
“I run the square bar in SDH and this is what I wear to work. My old GM used to shake his head at some of my outfits, but my mother was a cabaret artist and I grew up seeing beautiful women half naked. Wearing a shirt or something, it’s just not who I am.”
“I do some modelling and I get style ideas from that, along with Instagram. My jacket and jeans are vintage Levi’s; the bag is new. My boots are by Calvin Klein and my ring is vintage.”
“I’m not a simple girl. I really care about what I wear, and I know what I like – like this jumpsuit, which I found in a shop in Barcelona.”
“I am a big fan of the House of Hackney brand, which is local to east London, and have art directed some photoshoots for them. This is one of their tracksuits, with a pattern inspired by traditional Chinese stories.”
“You can show your style in Shoreditch, mixing and matching different influences, like putting a silk shirt with trainers. The only problem is the shops: I spend all my wages during breaks.”
“This is something I wear regularly. The jacket and trousers are from Topshop and the scarf came from lost property – perks of the job!"
“I got my jacket on Depop, which is like eBay for vintage clothes. It was only £10!”