Featuring artwork from the label's history...

Selfridges is set to launch a new Factory Records range.

The Manchester label's legacy is being celebrated with an exhibition in its home city, featuring rare artefacts, photography, and more.

Famed for its holistic approach to creativity - everything from seminal albums to founder Tony Wilson's own coffin was given a Factory catalogue number - this is reflected in the exhibition.

Timed to launch alongside, Warner Music Artist Services teamed with Selfridges on a new Factory Records range.

Out now, the range finds the luxury outlet collaborating with high-end fashion designers and homeware partners (Palm Angels, Softcore, Raf Simons, Stain Shade, Bang & Olufsen, Cedar Lifestyle, MJB and Umbro).

Items include clothing, 'Unknown Pleasures' scented candles, speakers, and more.

Sophie Bishop, Director of Retail Merchandise A&R says: “The collaboration with Selfridges is a celebration of the history of music and culture. The Factory Records project will engage with current fans, whilst introducing the label, Joy Division and New Order to a younger demographic”.

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