Rellik is a unique and independently owned vintage boutique stocking clothing and accessories ranging in style and content from the 1920s to the mid 80s.
Designers include Vivienne Westwood; Alaia; Bill Gibb; Comme des Garcons; Christian Dior; Pierre Cardin; Malcolm Mclaren; Pucci; Punk; Ossie Clark; Rachel Auburn; Thea Porter; YSL and Yohji Yammamoto to name but a few. With three individual approaches to vintage, the shop offers a varied and diverse selection to cater to many tastes.
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Venue Details & Map
8 Golborne RoadNorth KensingtonLondonW10 5NW
- +44 (0)20 8962 0089
- Public transport:
- Westbourne Park, Underground
I sold Rellik a collection of designer gowns that in my very casual new lifestyle I shall not wear. The store accepts only high quality designer clothing for which they pay, I think, a very fair price. It pleases me to think that someone will enjoy those gowns rather than buried in a wardrobe. The stock is tremendous BTW.more
Posh Vintage Boutique. They buzz you in! oooooh.
Some great looking things.
Lots and lots of designer stuff.
Which means reeeeeediculously high prices for a girl like me.
Rifling through the rails at Rellik reminds me of going through my mum's wardrobe when I was a little girl. There are some amazing outfits ranging from 1970s Halston dresses, 1980s Vivienne Westwood dresses, sequinned tops from the disco era and lots more.
The shop is quite compact so it's quite easy to go through each rail and marvel at the fashion gems. The accessories are also spectacular-...more
This is a great vintage shop near Westbourne Park. A lot of celebs come here like Sienna Miller. They carefully select their stuff and have pucci, Vivienna Westwood and Ungaro. On the expensive side for vintage but lovely range of jewellery. Closed sun and mon.more
This is just another addition to the overpriced 'vintage' boutiques in the area. It seems to have been a novelty idea to plonk a little, 'just darling' shop in the middle of one of the worst and most notorious tower blocks in London. Despite having some beautiful items of clothing in there, it is definitely not worth the high prices.more