When I was sent the invite to the Roktic Pop up shop launch I was slightly bemused on what or who Roktic was. So I checked them out online and it turns out they are a super hip online retailer with some great hoodies and illustrated t shirts, housing many different brands all under one website, (all of these brands can be found in brick lane up until the 20th of September.)
Now if I’m perfectly honest, the gear on the website is not really my bag (there’s a lot of boys stuff going on here) but I would definitely consider investing in a nice hoodie for the boyf, or one of the oh death T shirts (I really like the Winehouse one but don’t know if I would actually wear it) as I like the slightly morbid/amusing aspect of them (sounds wrong but you’ll understand when you see their Bambi designs), also I really like the young lovers never die T Shirt. If you like the look/sound of this then don’t hesitate in getting yo ass down to brick lane as its only open until Sunday, so pop on down and check it out immediately.
Alice Kelleher is a 24 year old freelance writer often known to be distracted by shiny pretty things. Fresh off the block after just returning from a five month travelling trip around south east Asia, Alice is slightly obsessed with Noodles, and totally obsessed by boys in bands and the latest greatest fads and trends. Currently she is working in a Deli part time (she loves cheese), until she finds a stable job in fashion Journalism/fashion PR. Alice also writes for her own blog reflection of Alice