Having worked with the likes of Emma Corrin and Harry Styles on numerous occasions, Lambert was famously the one responsible for the viral JW Anderson cardigan moment, so we have it on good authority that his taste is up to scratch. Most recently, he's styled footballer Dominic Calvert-Lewin with a glittery pink Prada handbag that we hope to see make an appearance in his shop.
Throughout his work, Lambert seeks to utilize vintage and pre-loved pieces alongside supporting emerging designers and luxury fashion labels. As a result, his personal collection is made up of a mix of his favorite brands, styling products and one-of-a-kind items for fans to enjoy. Already confirmed to be listed on Lambert's store is a Loewe scarf, a Prada tote bag and a T-shirt from Alexander Skarsgard's shoot with Interview Magazine, alongside a rare physical copy of Harry Styles' Beauty Papers editorial.
"My styling is an extension of my clients and their personality, I always try to encourage people to take risks and try new things," Lambert says in a press release. "Depop is a great place to source one-of-a-kind or sold-out items, discover and celebrate style on your own terms, and extend the lives of millions of garments. As a stylist, I'm often leaving shoots with an abundance of unique clothes and accessories, so it's a no-brainer for me to offer a new home to some of my favourite items via the Depop platform, and I'm proud to raise funds for Mermaids in doing so."
100% of profits from Lambert's sales will be donated to Mermaids, who support transgender, nonbinary and gender-diverse children, young people and their families. The stylist joins an already pretty influential list of celebrities selling their coveted garms on Depop, including Charli XCX and Olivia Rodrigo.