Where the runway meets the street

After a live gig at the Newburgh Street Shop of Fred Perry, in September 2005, Matt the lead singer of The Dead 60s, asked if they had ever produced a tartan reversed Harrington. He had been searching for one for ages. Fred Perry did not think at the time it was a good idea, because the Harrington was worn reverse side out in the Punk Era.
Then the project begun with Matt and the rest of the band involved for every detail of the final garments. Fred Perry will be releasing 500 of the Red Stuart Tartan and Monochrome Cornish Tartan Harrington worldwide very soon. All jackets are individually numbered and feature a The Dead 60s neck label.
If you want to be among the first to own one of those collectors pieces, you can now sign up on the Fred Perry website here.

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