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LONDON FASHION WEEK '19


This year we’re kicking off our new #AYearOfVintage campaign, celebrating vintage at some of the hottest events throughout the year. Of course, first stop in the calendar was none other than London Fashion Week.

We took 6 influencers with totally different styles and helped them to put together some show-stopping looks for the week featuring iconic Rokit vintage pieces.

Each unique look challenges fast fashion by creatively using preloved garments to fit current trends, and also proves how wearing vintage makes it easy to create your own truly individual style.

Fashionista friends Cat, Elizabeth and Jamie’s looks were the most retro of the bunch, wearing some of Rokit’s most classic vintage dresses.

Our other bloggers Jaz, Sam and Theodore opted to put their own spin on some of this year’s most sought-after trends.

Cat wears 1960s suede tunic

Cat O’Brien

@catroseobrien

Looking as fierce as ever in this beautiful rare 1960s suede tunic complete with a medieval style silver statement buckle, perfectly complementing the gothic side of Cat’s own style.

Cat wears 1960s suede tunic

Jamie Windust

@leopardprintelephant

One of the most striking looks was styled by Jamie who made this incredible 70s Edwardian style velvet dress look like it was made for them.

Cat wears 1960s suede tunic

Elizabeth Whibley

@elizabethwhibley

Serving flower power realness was pretty-in-pink Elizabeth - this vintage 60s Mel Warshaw Miss Jane Miami playsuit was the pinnacle of this flamboyantly floral get-up.

Cat wears 1960s suede tunic

Sam Gray

@samgraystyle

This vintage varsity bomber jacket from Rokit did the talking for Sam's Fashion Week look, completing a simple yet effortlessly slick outfit.

Cat wears 1960s suede tunic

Jaz Furelid

@jfstylissimo

Jaz cleverly married sporty and dressy vibes in one look wearing a vintage Nike swimsuit as a body, and took trends from the slopes to the streets with these vibrant vintage ski pants.

Cat wears 1960s suede tunic

Theodore Uriah

@theodore_uriah

Theodore Uriah’s (@theodore_uriah) sick hip-hop-influenced style caught everyone’s eye on the streets, featuring Carhartt dungarees, a vintage West Coast Choppers long sleeve and babushka bandanas.