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Calling All Paisley Punks

This season, we are also proud to introduce “Calling All Paisley Punks” captured by Robbie Lawrence, Vivek Vadoliya, Stuart Williamson, Studio Small and Teddy Mitchell and with music by Scottish band The Twilight Sad.

 

In the late 70’s, the Punk music scene brought edge and anarchy to Glasgow, which eventually led to Punk being banned from the city in 1977. Local promoter known as ‘Disco Harry’ saw this as an opportunity, and drew the crowds 11 miles down the road to his town of Paisley … which later went on to become one of the first places to launch a Punk Record company ‘Groucho Marxist’. Although today Punk bands are allowed to play in Glasgow, Paisley remains home of the Punk scene, and where you will still find ripped clothing styles, Mohican's and pin badges.

 

‘Calling all Paisley Punks’ follows the story of two artists who go to extremes to find adventure and originality; fleeing the everyday and rediscovering the foundations of our Scottish Culture. For us, it’s an attitude, a coolness and a style. Primal Nature translates into a raw artisan aesthetic, co-ordinated with modern urban eloquence. We revisit plaids, checks, tartans and knits to create an archaic style with primal screams of colour. Every piece is imagined and realised with meticulous care, dedication and love.

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We kick off the season in Glasgow’s subway, also known as a Clockwork Orange. One of the oldest underground stations in the World, it follows our student artists Ted and Alex on the beginning of their journey through the city. Graphic checks, clashing reds and popping oranges showcase our collection of new lightweight and trans-seasonal pieces for Autumn.

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