Introducing Rokit Gold, a handpicked curated edit of our rarest and most collectible clothing and accessories. Our Gold collection combines both vintage and designer pieces and will be constantly updated with our latest finds.
Vintage military clothing is highly collectable not only for its historical value but also for its craftsmanship. This 1952 Canadian Army Barnstormer coat is beautifully tailored to a standard difficult to find in even the highest price point modern era designer boutique. Other men’s outerwear in Gold includes a black velvet Tom Ford blazer, a Gucci wool bomber jacket and a 1940s burgundy varsity letterman cardigan.
From the age of Mods, Dolly Birds and The Beatles comes this monochrome striped sequin dress. A perfect example of the era, the dress is a sleek and minimalist shift with a funnel neck collar and a high hemline. Other pieces featured in Gold from the swinging sixties include Woodstock era stars and striped fringed waistcoat, block heeled silver shoes and a stunning check coat from legendary French fashion designer Jean Patou.
Gianni Versace’s designs were renowned for maximalist prints and sex appeal. This cherry red leather and lace coat is a perfect example of the Italian designer’s aesthetic. Impeccably crafted from the finest leather the coats buttons feature the brand’s iconic Medusa logo surrounded by Grecian meanders. Also available from Gold are a vibrant pansy print maxi dress with thigh-high slits and black pony skin mules with Medusa medallion details.
Nothing quite says sophistication like a Chanel jacket. This example shows how a design classic can also reflect an era. Large gold chain buttons, double-c logo zip details and shoulder pads are the French fashion house’s take on 1980s power dressing. Attention to detail is what marks a Chanel jacket as a true luxury garment. Pockets are lined with silk, buttons specifically designed for each jacket and a slender gold chain stitched at the hem to ensure the jacket hangs just right.
British heritage brand Burberry’s signature Nova check is having a revival, fusing two of this seasons signature trends, heritage patterns and check prints. After collaborations with Gosha Rubchinskiy, Christopher Bailey’s vintage-inspired final collection and the appointment of Ricardo Tisci, interest in the 162-year-old brand has hit fever pitch. As well as Nova check shirts, scarves, skirts and dresses, Rokit Gold features classic trench coats (including a rare 1930s example), and Haymarket print accessories.