For their latest Spring/Summer collection, Fred Perry once again digged deep into the vaults of British subculture, taking inspiration from the early 80s graphic movement, when art directors such as Peter Saville and Neville Brody were making a profound impact on the decade, eventually shaping its distinct look and feel.
The underlying theme manifests itself in the prevalent use of patterns, that playfully mirror the vibrance of the this amazing era. Stripes, dots and industrial knit prints add a textural depths to knits. The classic silhouettes are given a contemporary twist without straying too far from Fred Perry’s unique heritage, by adding eye-snatching bold colour contrasts. Check out the entire collection in the gallery above.