Posts written during 'November 2011'
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Tuesday, 22nd Nov 2011
Fred Perry will go all-out for Black Friday with a three day sale at our surplus shop at 306 Grand St in Williamsburg, New York. Fans can get their hands on something extra special, as the sale will feature a handpicked selection of one-off pieces and rare collectables available exclusively at the store.
Mark downs will be up to 70% off the original price so best to arrive early - the store will open an hour earlier at 11am on Friday only.
Sale on 25th – 27th November. Fred Perry Surplus Shop, 306 Grand Street, Brooklyn.
Monday, 21st Nov 2011
Friday saw the launch of new live music concept Subsonic Live over at The Garage, London. Featuring headliners Factory Floor as well as special guests The Invisible, Hyetal and Phonica Records; the event was a huge success with the venue packed to capacity and some brilliant live performances. Factory Floor lived up to their reputation as one of the most original and potent forces in live music, with a relentless performance including their new single Two Different Ways.
DJ Rory Phillips (Durrr) kept the atmosphere electric in the main room, as former Silencio DJ and History Clock founder Nathan Gregory Wilkins took care of the Discovery Room. Following on from the launch will be a very special Subsonic Christmas Party, with headliners The Horrors now confirmed. The party will take place on Friday 16th December - click HERE for your chance to win one of 25 pairs of tickets to the event.
Sunday, 20th Nov 2011
Rounding off a fantastic year of blank canvas collaborations that has seen us team up with the likes of Sir Peter Blake, Stussy and Raf Simons; we're pleased to announce the launch of a new ten piece project with modernist brand 6876. Established in 1995, the design house shares our anti-establishment heritage, taking its name from the year of the ‘68 student protests in Paris and the birth of Punk in ’76.
Founder Kenneth Mackenzie and his team have managed to consistently break free from a mainstream approach through carefully considered design details; such as subtle stitch detailing, fabrication, palette and the placement of newly developed dual branding. Combining pieces inspired by the 6876 archive with re-worked Fred Perry shirts and knitwear, the collection creates a unique utility modernist look.