Make Do & Mend | Malgosia Bela by Tim Walker for Vogue UK

Malgosia Bela wears everything from a trash bag to a table cloth for Vogue UK‘s “Make Do and Mend”. Shot by Tim Walker and styled by Kate Phelan, the humorous editorial manages to showcase looks for under 160 British pounds.

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26 Responses to “Make Do & Mend | Malgosia Bela by Tim Walker for Vogue UK”

  1. Fun idea and execution but is Vogue telling me that as far a they’re editorials go the only option for me to dress at a lower cost is to wear plastic bags and toilet paper…?

  2. Fun idea and execution but is Vogue telling me that as far a they’re editorials go the only option for me to dress at a lower cost is to wear plastic bags and toilet paper…?

  3. umm genius, that teatowel swim suit is actually kind of desirable. so is the pink and white striped blazer come to think of it.

  4. umm genius, that teatowel swim suit is actually kind of desirable. so is the pink and white striped blazer come to think of it.

  5. umm genius, that teatowel swim suit is actually kind of desirable. so is the pink and white striped blazer come to think of it.

  6. umm genius, that teatowel swim suit is actually kind of desirable. so is the pink and white striped blazer come to think of it.

  7. love it / the Royal Copenhagen teacup (pic. 3) is really expensive even 2. hand… I guess you could borrow it from your grandmothers collection… infact i will.

  8. love it / the Royal Copenhagen teacup (pic. 3) is really expensive even 2. hand… I guess you could borrow it from your grandmothers collection… infact i will.

  9. love it / the Royal Copenhagen teacup (pic. 3) is really expensive even 2. hand… I guess you could borrow it from your grandmothers collection… infact i will.

  10. love it / the Royal Copenhagen teacup (pic. 3) is really expensive even 2. hand… I guess you could borrow it from your grandmothers collection… infact i will.

  11. love it / the Royal Copenhagen teacup (pic. 3) is really expensive even 2. hand… I guess you could borrow it from your grandmothers collection… infact i will.

  12. omg…I love Mr. Walker’s work. This takes DIY to an entirely different level.

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