Robot Bunny & Friends: Making Of (Video)

Robot Bunny give us a look at their new Whiteleys, London store, and a glimpse at what went on behind the scenes during the set up.

We first featured the brand almost a year ago when they opened their Brent Cross pop-up store, but the brand haven’t slowed down and have progressed to open their next temporary retail spot. The new store not only stocks product by the Robot Bunny themselves, but also a selection of product from a number of other UK brands, including DBD Clothing, Droneboy, Soap Box, Studio RUDO, Villainous Visard and a selection of other names. The store will also present a unique opportunity to attend events hosted by the brand and also pick up collaborative releases available exclusively at the store.

The store is the only physical location to pick up product by many of the brands listed above, which makes it a great opportunity, both for the brands, and the customers. It’s nice to see Robot Bunny putting the time and effort into a project like this which really benefits everyone involved, and allows fans of all the brands to get up close and personal with stock. The store is open now, check out the video above and find more on the brand (and the store) at Robot Bunny.

Whiteleys Shopping Centre
144 Queensway
London W2 6LY

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • Nigel

    their work is super cool! heading down as soon as I can!

  • DroneBoy

    Big Up Daryll, not only has put the time and energy in creating a central platform for himself, but looked around at the underground UK streetwear scene and got all of us involved, from all over the UK. Everyone should promote and support this very special venture.

  • thomas douglas

    Looks amazing! love the song, what is it? oh and super exited that your stocking soap box too!

  • Chris

    Nice One Daryll for pulling it all together. Your hard work is much appreciated, thanks for the involvement. I think this is the way forward and we’ll be seeing this paradigm repeated more and more as time goes on.