Fred Perry Blank Canvas’ Autumn / Winter 2011 collection sees the iconic British label collaborating with pioneering outerwear specialists 6876, creating a bespoke ten piece collection that draws influence from anti-establishment movements. For those who didn’t already know, Kenneth Mackenzie’s 6876 take their name from the year of the ’68 Parisian student protests and the birth of punk – 1976, movements that Fred Perry’s iconic clothing was central to.

This latest collection sees both brands moving new directions in terms of updating detailing and design of archive pieces. This has resulted in Fred Perry combining their iconic Laurel Wreath with another brands logo as one for the very first time, proudly displayed on pieces that incorporate Fred Perry’s intricate tailoring with premium fabrics ranging from signature pique polos to textured knitwear.

The full collection is now available both in store and online at end clothing.

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