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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.
Tuesday, 9th Aug 2011
Last Thursday Fred Perry took time to sit down with Sir Peter Blake and ask him about the inspirations and history behind his work, as we celebrated the launch of our new blank canvas collaboration.
Friday, 5th Aug 2011
Last night saw our Spitalfields shop transformed into a mini gallery space as we celebrated the launch of our blank canvas collaboration with Sir Peter Blake. The shop played host to an intimate event for close friends and family of both artist and brand, with the three shirt styles on display. Outside the shop visitors were invited inside Sir Peter's Art Bus, displaying a selection of the artist's signature prints.
Our Spitalfields shop will remain as a Peter Blake pop-up space until Sunday. Each of the three colour options has been created in a strictly limited run of 1,000 and will be available to buy here during this time, as well as at our Laurel Wreath Collection shops and online at FredPerry.com.