It’s about time we got a little more education in fashion, Inhale discovers Question Life Clothing.
There are many questions in life let alone many questions in fashion. Some can be answered, some will never be, but it has to be said that it seems to always be philosophy that stands delicately between the two.
Emerging brand Question Life Clothing brings together a weirdly wonderful mix of urban style and philosophical thinking. Designed to make you think, they offer an array of vests, t-shirts and hoodies all scripted vicariously in straight to the point or imaginative quotations from generations of intriguing yet inspirational voices.
Picture chilling at the skate park, socialising with friends in the day or just making a statement for others to view- this is what Question Life Clothing has envisaged for you and not just for their photo shoots. With historical phrases such as “the greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge”- Stephen Hawkins, “Don’t gain the world and lose your soul- wisdom is better than silver and gold”- Bob Marley and “the contract makes the law”- Maxims (God’s Law), you are surely to be noticed and applauded for your questionable ways.
Being born from an understanding of a gap in self-teaching, Kieron Lewis- Head Designer- claimed “it just came to me”. When asked “why does the brand focus solely around quotes?” though, he said “there is not enough education involved in fashion, Question Life can bring this together, not everyone gets the chance for guidance whereas Question Life Clothing can give them it”. Sounds appealing, yes?
Despite his main audience being men, Question Life Clothing also brings to you the ability to match with your girlfriends (yes, some of you have got to be those couples). Blissfully, as well, the brand understands that not everyone suits all and clothes can be tailored to your needs, bringing forth a variety of colours (including ones such as black, beige, red and white) and sophisticated yet urban designs. Something that can often be found missing in menswear.
So, to find these thought provoking, insightful clothes online you can visit www.questionlifeclothing.com. There you will find these philosophical playful pieces ranging in price from £14.99 to £37.99. Why not follow them on Twitter as well at @_QuestionLife (tweeting any questions along the way) and like their statuses on Facebook here. With Question Life Clothing you can thankfully go, as Kieron Lewis likes to say, “One Step Beyond”.