Drop fast fashion and hop on this thrift shop adventure as photographer Isabel Drilon explores the unabashed thrill of thrift shopping in this editorial. Coming from the nature of its title Haberdasher–(n) hab·er·dash·er: a person who sells small articles for sewing, such as buttons, ribbons and zippers–the attention to detail is the key to landing these cops. Wearing all ukay, this ed proves you don’t need to spend so much to rock the coolest vintage trends: primary colors, patterns (lots of it), and the grungiest boots. Did anybody say Sonic Youth? Get ready to rock the road and tell the story of the jelly rollin’ ‘cause your dirty boots are on.
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Photography by Isabel Drilon
Modelled by Bridget Denice Dris