Archive

July 2018

27/07/2018

Capsule Collection

If there’s one thing that we here at Red or Dead Towers love it’s our archive. We have an incredibly rich history steeped in youth culture and Brit humour. But we, being the modest sort we are, haven’t really shouted about it as much as other brands, but this is all about to change. We are currently developing a capsule collection of clothing in celebration of our history. It’s in the very early stages but the collection will showcase a wide verity of our favourite Red or Dead Prints and... Read More

20/07/2018

Adobe Summit

Adobe has really taken the design industry by storm in the past 10 years, becoming the industry standard across almost every area of design. For anyone that doesn’t know, Adobe is the company behind Photoshop, the program that makes everyone on Instagram look impossibly perfect. But when it’s not being used to give us everyday folk an impossible beauty standard, Photoshop along with the whole Adobe suit is used to create the adverts we see on the train, artwork on the cover our  favourite albums, designs for the clothes and... Read More

13/07/2018

New Red or Dead shirts Coming soon

Red or Dead is back in a bit way this year and we are so pleased to announce that we are once again working on clothing. To start with we have designed a collection of three t-shirts that are a modern twist on our extensive and rich achieve pieces. Model:@marenaxkubicka Tea and a nipple squeeze Based on the Tchechnikov print The ‘Blue Lady” which was featured in our autumn/winter 1994 collection. What better way to spill the tea than over a nice friendly nipple squeeze? Model:@sushiandbaklava Best Bitch in show... Read More

06/07/2018

McQueen

Watch Trailer The best thing about being a part of a brand with such a rich history are the stories that shaped our future. A little know fact is that Legendary British Designer Alexander McQueen used to be a part of the Red or Dead team. Alexander or Lee as as he was know back then, had an chance encounter with John McKitterick who Designed for Red or Dead at the time. John Described Lee as a “very shy man, very unassuming” but he was very impressed by Lee’s work,... Read More