Rokit sell a wide range of clothes for both men and women, including a range of knitwear, vintage and second-hand clothing including party-wear, ski jackets, sheepskin jackets and accessories.
A goldmine of vintage treasures, Rokit began in London in 1986,with a market stall in Camden. With the rise of mass-produced, throw-away high street fashion there has been a growing interest and passion for vintage clothing. Rokit, now more than ever, compensates for this with its authentic and eclectic range of classic but quirky and unique attire.
Rokit offers the individual the opportunity to adopt and indulge in something new and different; you will always find something distinctive and a little bit unusual.
Rokit’s vintage clothing is regularly featured in various forms of media, which illustrates the myriad of clothing on offer. Many stylists frequently use Rokit garments and accessories for fashion features in magazines from Vogue to Dazed and Confused to i-D magazine.
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225 Camden High Street, London, NW1 7BU
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So, Id heard about Rokit, seen everyone carrying the bags and finally had to stop in myself. Maybe I picked the wrong location?
This store was small and... well... not impressive. They didnt have much stock and the stock they did have left a lot to be desired. Also, I have a real pet peeve about 'vintage' shops that sell lots of new items (like 50 of the same cheap, China-made,...more
Although there were a lot of great items in this location when I went shopping, it's very small and there were a lot of people so it was hard to shop. I appreciate the vintage clothes, but don't like the crowds.more
This is the smallest Rokit in London and therefore the one with the least available.
It sells a huge range of checker shirts, short denim skirts, knitted jumpers, printed tee bees, a small collection of shoes, belts, hats and scarfs.
I dont think Rokit is the best value for money, £40-50 for an old slightly manky coat seems rather alot, and since your in Camden anyway you can hunt far...more
I do like shops like Rokit.. they provide the stuff you're used to paying out the nose for, or stuff that was all the rage five years ago yet now consigned to the bargain basement of Rokit. The shop has racks and racks of clothes that aren't quite new - so surely it's like a charity shop? Perhaps, but you wouldn't be so blamed because you're going to be finding some vintage clothing ranges,...more
I wandered into Rokit on my first ever jaunt up to Camden. And I feel as strongly for the store as I feel for boiled potatoes; in other words, not strongly at all.
There was a 5 pound rack outside with a lot of uninterested or damaged 70' -90's garments. I was excited by the price, but bored by the selection. Inside, there were a good few nice items, mixed in with a lot of others that...more