Last Friday (19th April) Fred Perry launched a vinyl exhibition at the Fred Perry Laurel Wreath Collection Shop, held in conjunction with Record Store Day, which is curated by #vinyloftheday and record store Vinylicious and showcases over 100 exclusive vinyl editions alongside all-time favourites.
FRED PERRY’S 60TH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY AT TANJONG PAGAR RAILWAY STATION
Where else can one get on a special guest list to watch 5 bands perform on the same stage, with high fashion on the wayside, at a place of significant historical value, and with easily accessible beer to down into stomachs and possibly ruined livers?
Fred Perry seemed to have the answer for that on the Sunday of 2nd December (check in with your own prescribed doctors for the liver problem, please). As always, Fred Perry is injecting its fashion roots into the music scene like it often is well known to have done, to be doing, and will certainly be doing into the future as well, without a doubt.
FRED PERRY SUBCULTURE AT THE LAWN @ THE FOOTHILLS
If Fred Perry is well remembered for its tennis origins, then it should also be reputed for its involvement with music on a global basis. With the international website portal dedicated in providing a platform for featuring credible and up-and-coming music and artistes alike, the Singapore subsidiary isn’t failing at doing what its parent counterpart is best at. Not even a far shade behind.