Be Part of a Fred Perry Documentary
Monday, 3rd Oct 2011
2012 will mark 60 years of the Fred Perry brand, and to celebrate we've teamed up with multi-award winning film and documentary maker Don Letts to track the unique relationship we've developed with British Street Style and Subcultures. Don has been at the forefront of British street style for decades; notorious in the late 70s for running Acme Attractions clothing shop and introducing punks to reggae through his sets at The Roxy. More recently Don has reformed with former group Big Audio Dynamite, playing both Glastonbury and Lollapalooza festivals to rave reviews.
Don has been commissioned to produce six short films; and following the incredible success of our Tell Us Your Story campaign we're inviting our followers to submit any unique video footage from the year 1952 onwards. We're looking for footage that captures an original British Subculture - which could include Mods, Original Skinheads, Suedeheads, Soul Boys, Punk, New Wave, Ska, Perry Boys/Casuals, Britpop, Indie and Electroclash etc. Every entrant will have the chance to win £5,000 plus VIP tickets to the premiere of the six films in London next year.
For more details on how to submit your footage along with terms and conditions, please click HERE.