For Spring 15, DOPE brought new fabrics to traditional silhouettes along with modified sleeves, cutoffs, and unfinished edges. Graphics inspired by iconic groups, phrases, and imagery that embody the rebellious spirit bring a new context to plaids and prints familiar to the line. Red elements round out the collection by bringing a strong contrast to a monochromatic color palette.
This Spring, DOPE Is Not To Be Fucked With
For Spring 15 Drop 2, DOPE was inspired by the rise of the luminary. From the reign of the ruling elite to the daily come up of the common man, the desire to be the best drives all paths to greatness. DOPE looked towards young greats across all culture to create graphics and silhouettes inspired by fine art, cult film, 90’s hip-hop, and medieval nobility. Collections like DOPE BOYZ and Affiliated represent the rise to greatness while the Beheaded, Guillotine, and Shattered tees illustrate the fall that historically comes next.
Continuing the theme of expansion, DOPE’s growth in the knit category plays a significant role in this delivery with the release of new silhouettes like the lightweight knit drug rug and the introduction of new knits to familiar pieces such as the short sleeve hooded pullover and baseball jersey. The collection is tied together with a fresh spring color palette that brings contrast to the black and white elements of the release.