WIN £1,952 WORTH OF FRED PERRY PRODUCTS WITHIN THE NEXT 60 HOURS
Fred Perry, formed in 1952 by British tennis legend of the same name, is celebrating 60 years as an icon of British street fashion.
To commemorate this important landmark, one person has the chance to win £1,952 of Fred Perry product.
The legendary racing cyclist Bradley Wiggins in Fred Perry. These clothes make him look as successful as he is!
Bradley Wiggins won the 2012 Paris–Nice, the 2012 Tour de Romandie, and the 2012 Critérium du Dauphiné, before winning the Tour de France and taking gold in the time trial at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Talking about being successful….
Another amazing collaboration, this time Fred Perry teams up with Dr. Martens on a small capsule collection for Summer 2012. Both brand designed what they are known for. Dr. Martens produced a Quilt Wing Tip shoe and Fred Perry designed shirts and polo’s. Influenced by the original British skinhead movement, the collection is predominantly monochromatic and only features a dash of navy and burgundy, alongside black and white tones.
The launch is this week at Japanese retailer Beams.
Fred Perry planned a new collaboration with Raf Simons for the Spring Summer of 2013. The new 28-piece line will debut at Paris Men’s Fashion Week in July. They have previously worked together from Autumn Winter 2008 through Spring Summer 2011.
Simons commented, “We are very excited to relaunch the collaboration with Fred Perry. We have great appreciation for the heritage of the brand as well as their dynamism in guiding the brand towards the future.”
Cool shoot named Master Plan in Elle.
Photographer: Cornelie Tollens
Production and styling: Esther Coppoolse
Source: ELLE magazine, April issue.
To honor Fred Perry’s 60th anniversary, they have collaborated with Austrian film camera company Lomography for a limited edition camera, La Sardina. The camera is modeled after a sardine can and has undergone a Fred Perry vintage style makeover with a weathered bronze color.
It has f/8 aperture and shutter speed of 1/100. It doesn’t only look vintage, if you have a 35mm film, you can snap vintage-like photo’s.