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Vintage Fashion Brand: Rokit London

"Keepin' it Vintage since 1986"
If you have been to London and visited Camden Town and not visited the key, iconic, vintage stores in the area then you haven't "Lived!". Camden Town is known for it's Vintage markets, hipster shops, bars and restaurants. It is notorious for its music gigs and even the home town to the one and only Amy Winehouse.
When I first moved to London in 2011 I lived ten minutes away from Camden and so I know the area very well. Rokit London was one of my favourite stores to shop at as a fashion student I enjoyed mixing Vintage pieces with high street brands and I still do to this day! It gives an outfit that unique diversity edge with timeless pieces such as Vintage Levi shorts, an oversized denim jacket or a band T-shirt.
Over the past 30 years Rokit London has recycled over a million tonnes of discarded clothing and accessories to become one of the most popular Vintage stores for the style savvy Londoners with a worldwide online audience.
Rokit Began as a stall in London's iconic Camden Market in 1986 specialising in vintage denim thrifted from American cowboys. The demand was so fierce that within weeks the stall was exchanged to a two storey shop on Camden high street where it still stands today. Since then three further stores have been opened on Brick Lane and Covent Garden.
Behind the scenes Rokit's team of vintage experts are all based under one roof in the UK's biggest vintage warehouse. Hundreds of one of a kind pieces are hand selected and sent daily to their four London stores and added to their website.
Each and every garment is freshly laundered,pressed and carefully mended if needs be. Unusable styles are transformed by the Rokit recycled crew who create and customise pieces in the Rokit workshop and into seasonal trend focused designs alongside handcrafting collections from found fabrics.

My outfit goals from Rokit London's collection, you can find the items below on their main website.

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  1. In recent times we have seen the resurgence of vintage clothing as more vintage stores take up spaces in our neighborhood. vintage clothing UK

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