The British brand Fred Perry and the Belgian designer Raf Simons have presented a new collection. The main source of inspiration for her was the British punk culture. The brands presented their first joint collection in 2008, writes Hypebeast.
When creating the collection, Raf Simons was inspired by the style of Peter Saville, as well as the bands Joy Division and New Order. The capsule campaign was photographed by British photographer Ewan Spencer during a show by punk band Kid Kapichi.
The collection includes chunky jackets, pants, branded polo shirts, and knitwear. Additionally, the capsule includes a selection of custom graphics. The illustrations are based on album covers that came out in the UK and US in the late 1970s.
The previous capsule Raf Simons and Fred Perry dedicated a new collaboration to the Northern Soul music genre. The collection reflects the aesthetic of teenage longing and the underground. More details – here.