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Exactitudes at the Tate Modern

Photographer Ari Versluis and profiler Ellie Uyttenbroek will visit the Hyperlink Festival at London's Tate Modern this weekend, hosting two workshops alongside an open casting call to be a part of the duo's latest piece of work. Working as 'The Exactitudes' since 1994, Ari and Ellie have long been inspired by the dress codes adopted by various social groups, adopting an almost scientific approach to their archiving of street fashions.

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The creative partners are one of the contributors to our 60 Year Anniversary Gallery, creating a unique customisation of our iconic Fred Perry shirt with multiple embroidered Laurel Wreaths on the chest. Join the duo at the Tate Modern this Saturday, to learn about their techniques and see a live portrait session with members of the public.

The Exactitudes photography workshops will take place this Sunday 28th April at the Clore Studio, Tate Modern, London. Find out more about the three day Hyperlink Festival here.

www.tate.org.uk

www.exactitudes.com

Tips on the Street - London

The Re-issues Collection comes into focus this week, with two outfits photographed at our Seven Dials Laurel Wreath Collection shop in London.

Charlotte 7d

Charlotte wears the classic gingham short sleeve shirt, layered under the pure wool cardigan. Both available as part of our women's Re-issues Collection.

Luke 7d

Luke wears the made in England Harrington jacket layered over this season's button down tartan shirt. All pieces are available online and in our Laurel Wreath Collection shops now.

Follow the Seven Dials team on Instagram at: @fredperrysevendials

The Bicycle Film Festival

London's Barbican Centre will host the 9th annual Bicycle Film Festival this weekend, with a series of screenings and events taking place in the city. With British cycling riding high after a summer of successes, the festival is perfectly timed for a gathering of new and established cycling fans.

The festival programme features both feature length and short films, with highlights including the World Premiere of Line of Sight, directed by Benny Zenga and shot by legendary cycling cinematographer Lucas Brunelle.  British actor Timothy Spall stars in Justin Chadwick’s Boy, a short silent film that explores love and loss as a father struggles with the death of his son, who is killed whilst cycling on a country road.

Boy - Dir. Justin Chadwick. The Bicycle Film Festival

Running alongside the festival will be a diverse selection of special events, including the annual Bike Polo Tournament and a BMX jam hosted by Albion BMX magazine. The festival, which originated in New York, is now a global event that will travel to over 25 cities this year, from London to Tokyo, Moscow to Mexico City. From its beginnings in 2001, the festival’s aim has been to celebrate the on-going relationship between creative and bicycle communities, uniting road cycling, mountain biking, fixed gear, BMX and cyclocross in a shared passion.

The London leg of the 2012 Bicycle Film Festival takes place from October 4th - 7th.

barbican.org.uk / bicyclefilmfestival.com