Nicole Scherzinger suits up in True Rocks Pussy Power necklace
What does the future of masculinity look like for the next decade? Rose McGowan shares her thoughts on the gender illusion. The 2010s were a tough ride for Rose McGowan. After winning the San Francisco’s International Film Festival’s outstanding achievement award in 2009, awarded to actors “Who bring striking intelligence, talent and depth of character to their roles”, McGowan found her film career petering out into a series of flops – the box office bomb of Conan the Barbarian, and the poorly reviewed horrors Rosewood Lane and Tell-Tale Heart – in what can now be seen as the inevitable aftermath of a systematic campaign to wipe out her Hollywood career. Read the full interview here
True Rocks will be attending this years Art Car Boot Fair on Sunday 23rd June 1-6pm at Cubitt Square, Stable Street, KingsCross, N1C 4BT. We also be offering a True Rocks lucky dip on the day.
We are completely stoked to see our amazing Co- Founder, Emily Bradbury, featured in Liberty London Girl’s ‘A Day in the Life’. If you want to snoop behind the scenes of True Rocks HQ, it is most definitely worth a read – check it out here: ‘A Day in The Life’ – Liberty London Girl
We’ve been a bit rubbish and neglecting our blog recently, but we’ve been up to some exciting things, including a photoshoot we did the other week at some of London’s best music venues. We were let loose in Camden’s Electric Ballroom and The Roundhouse to shoot our collection with the duo AL and K Photography. The beautiful Claudia Gould and Josh Tuckley modeled our range and we think they rocked it. We would like to thank the lovely lot at the Electric Ballroom and The Roundhouse for looking after us. Thanks again to our team including the wonderful Naz Sonmez on hair, Elizabeth Hsieh on make up, Gabi Stival for styling and Sinead Skinner, Pamela Markowitz, Emily Pollock and Vicki Hole for generally keeping our…
The True Rocks team on level five, with their jewellery, in the library – Now don’t get any fancy ideas, we were not a suspect in a game of hipster-Cluedo, we were just hosting a Pop up stall at Shoreditch House. Christmas shopping was the aim of the game today and perhaps we took the festive ‘spirit’ a bit too far by over indulging on the Cocktail Pastilles of our neighbouring stall. We cant complain though, what better way to sell our Rocks than by chilling on an oversized sofa, drinking tea and throwing around AW’15 design ideas while East London’s trendiest breeze in and out. No time for a long post today…We are off for a dip in the rooftop pool.
On Wednesday we packed up our rocks, drove across town and hosted a pop up shop in the heart of London’s media and theatre land, at The Union Club in Soho. The Union occupies a 270 year old, Grade two listed Georgian town house. The style? We’d call it ‘eccentric aunt chic’ with a bit of ‘Don Draper’ thrown in. You can’t help but feel instantly welcome. Creaky floorboards, wood paneled walls and some eclectic regulars mean this place is just a couple of inebriated actors away from being Soho at its classic best. Nestled next to the roaring fire, with a couple of improving beverages to hand – our True Rocks Pills and Screws seemed to go down a treat. Don’t ever say we don’t…