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Tuesday, 13th Mar 2012
British artist Jessie Ware was recently snapped wearing this broderie anglaise shirt from our women's Laurel Wreath Collection by Richard Nicoll, as part of a conversation with i-D Magazine. Since breaking onto the scene with collaborations with acts such as Sampha and Joker as well as a support slot for former school friend Jack Penate, Jessie has been working on solo material that she says will be more soulful and less dub infused.
Jessie Ware shot by Thomas Lohr for i-D Magazine
One of Jessie's former collaborators is SBTRKT - a Fred Perry Subculture favourite and performer at 2011's Dot-to-Dot festival. Known for choosing to remain anonymous and performing behind a tribal mask; SBTRKT produces a unique formula of self-coined 'Future Garage', enjoyed across festivals and dancefloors alike.
Read more about Jessie and her conversation with i-D HERE
Read Fred Perry Subculture's feature on SBTRKT HERE
Friday, 3rd Feb 2012
Fred Perry are proud to support the Amy Winehouse Foundation; a charity set up by Amy's family and friends to help struggling young people. Since launching in late September last year, the Foundation has helped youngsters up and down the country by raising money and donating to hospices and other worthy causes. With the blessing of Amy's family, we've continued to release the collaborative collection Amy created with Fred Perry, donating all the usual royalties plus a seasonal contribution to the Foundation.
The SS12 Amy Winehouse for Fred Perry Collection has now been released, referencing Amy's love of 50s Americana with the artist's signature gingham check bowling shirts and a unique 'jukebox' print featuring Cadillacs, records and cats-eye sunglasses. Cosmopolitan have used pieces from the collection in their 'Take a Ride with Me' pictorial below, photographed by Mark Andrew and styled by Sairey Stemp:
The fashion world has always had a fascination with Amy's iconic style, and we're happy that the collection Amy was so passionate and dedicated to has been released for her fans to enjoy.
To find out more about the Amy Winehouse Foundation and their work, plus information on how to donate; visit the official website here: www.amywinehousefoundation.org
Tuesday, 15th Nov 2011
Top image taken from Clash Magazine. Photographed by Letty Schmiterlow and styled by John Colver.
Bottom image taken from RollaCoaster Magazine. Photographed by Chad Pickard and Paul McClean, with styling by Matilda Goad.