Founded by three-time Wimbledon champion Fred Perry in 1952, the eponymous British fashion label has remained at the forefront of British subculture in the decades since.
Continuing to keep a tight grip on British subcultural movements and contemporary culture, in recent years Fred Perry has delivered collaborations with everybody from Raf Simons and Art Comes First to Le Kilt. February 2020 sees the British fashion label teaming up with British menswear designer Nicholas Daley, for a highly curated, four piece capsule collection. Bonded by a mutual fondness for counterculture and traditional craftsmanship, the collection delivers an introspective take on a mutual, intertwined connection with music, sports and fashion.
The star piece from the capsule is the iconic Fred Perry Barrel Bag, an unmistakable classic, reimagined in both port and tan in honour of Daley’s first collaboration with the London based fashion house, and rebranded with a subtle white 'ND' alongside a full 'Fred Perry' on either side.
Based on an early Czechoslovakian army boot, the classic George Cox Monkey boot also sees a redesign in two seasonal shades with a classic Fred Perry Lauren Wreath branding, while maintaining the
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