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Pop.see.cul blog at Vakkorama

London-based bloggers Pia Hakko and Pelin Yasar have designed a range of printed T-shirts and sweatshirts, now stocked at Vakkorama in Istanbul

Sally Ashley-Cound,

You may have been following design and culture blog Pop.see.cul for a while or this may be your first introduction but either way you’ll instantly love its philosophy and creative flair, which draw on references to movies, songs and vintage streetwear.

Founders Pia Hakko and Pelin Yasar started Pop.see.cul as an art and design blog and have now branched out into creating their own fashion label, producing fun and easy-to-wear printed clothing and accessories.

‘Pop.see.cul aims to reach all the dreamers, art kids, rock stars, late night chocolate eaters, collage makers, bloggers, lazy bums, skaters, djs, weirdos, and trouble makers around the world – because no matter who you are or where you are, what you choose to wear should always make you and others smile!’ write Hakko and Yasar on their website.

Hakko and Yasar’s printed T-shirts, sweatshirts and vests, which feature slogans, illustrations and comical cartoons, are sure to entertain whenever they’re worn and are now being stocked at Vakkorama, younger sibling to Istanbul fashion powerhouse Vakko.

Find out where to shop at Vakkorama tax free here



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