Autumn is the season where those sun kissed tans of summer are long gone and winter’s chill is on the horizon, however that never deters any fashionista from adapting and procuring autumn-ready layers that express an elegant and refreshing taste in style. In our travels around the Glasgow University campus, we encountered such individuals that demonstrated in the midst of this wet, melancholic and windy season their taste in style and couture would not be compromised. Enjoy, Share & Be Inspired.
Arguably, for many individuals fashion accessories – bags, jewelry, belts e.t.c are often an afterthought. However, the citizens in the Greater Glasgow Area that we came across in our travels make a strong case for accessories being the ultimate fashion statement. We came across an array of different pieces – tribal, elegant, eccentric and alternative which enhanced their outfits and style on that day. Enjoy, Share and Be Inspired!
Pardon Le Dopeness is a stellar Toronto based brand on the brink of exploding onto the fashion scene. Matt Adam, creator and owner of Pardon Le Dopeness recently unveiled his latest collection of t-shirts, tan-tops, leggings and accessory pieces which draw from an array of influences – Eastern religions, biblical references, unorthodox calligraphy and provocative imagery which all mesh together brilliantly. Each individual piece is hand drawn and printed on the softest fabric – blended bamboo and cotton for an amazing feel which has been described as ‘sex on the skin’. Notably,Pardon Le Dopeness’ recent collection differs from its predecessors as it invokes more of a darker tone which can be seen with each individual piece. This shows an evolution in the designer Matt Adam tastes and preference, importantly it demonstrates the willingness of the artist to expand and push the boundaries of art and fashion.
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Check out the behind the scenes photo shoot of PLD latest release and enjoy the moody musings of Toronto Artist L3mon singing a beautiful rendition of ‘Bang Bang’ here-