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Thursday, 9th Aug 2012
This season's final Richard Nicoll for Fred Perry Laurel Wreath collection centres around an equestrian theme that plays on the idea of British eccentricity. The statement equestrian horse print, harlequin patterns and sequinned panels are presented in a rich palette of blues, magenta, pink and opal throughout the range. Classic Fred Perry styles have been revisited, with the designer's signature feminine tailoring adding a sophisticated sensibility.
Harlequin pattern cashmere mix sweaters are layered over jewel tone and regal coloured shirts. Solid colour 1970s inspired dresses are finished with keyhole Laurel Wreath embroidery. The wool tuxedo trousers cut at 7/8 and silk satin shorts complete the look.
Outerwear is classic and understated – the Harrington is offered in a silk and cotton satin and the bonded mac features a contrast purple lining. The equestrian theme is continued through to accessories with a soft leather saddle bag in tan and cartridge bag in chocolate. The Laurel Wreath Collection also features wedge heeled suede moccasins with chunky tassels, available in Navy and Ginger.
Wednesday, 25th Apr 2012
We're pleased to announce the opening of a new Laurel Wreath Collection shop in Melbourne, Victoria. Nestled on the vibrant Little Collins St, the new shop will house menswear, the women's Laurel Wreath Collection by Richard Nicoll plus a selection of special projects and blank canvas ranges.
The interior of the boutique has been thoughtfully designed to complement the Laurel Wreath Collection's contemporary take on our heritage aesthetic, with stripped black timber flooring and polished brass and iron fixtures. Opening times will be 10am - 6pm Monday to Thursday, 10am - 7pm on Fridays, 10am - 5pm on Saturdays and Midday to 5pm on Sundays.
The Fred Perry Laurel Wreath Collection Shop, Melbourne: Shop 3, 188–190 Little Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
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