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We’re an ambitious brand, collaborating with some of the best designers and partners in the world. But we’re only as good as our employees, so we look to attract people who are passionate with diverse backgrounds and experience.

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Our Company

Fred Perry has always been different.

Triple Wimbledon champion Fred Perry was born to a cotton spinner. He played and fought his way through, always with style and despite the establishment.

In 1952, he founded the Fred Perry brand, designing his first pique shirt the same year. That shirt, the shirt, would transcend sportswear to streetwear on the backs of generation after generation of British youth subcultures. The shirt is the start and end of everything we do, because it’s more than a shirt – it’s a rite of passage, it’s the uniform of the non-uniform. A true icon.

Today, Fred Perry is a global community of 370 employees, all inspired by the Laurel Wreath and what it represents.

Fred Perry has never adjusted its course for anyone. Never been a slave to fashion. Never tied itself to the latest subculture. This philosophy has led to long term collaborations with like-minded partners, from Comme des Garçons to Amy Winehouse and from Raf Simons to Charlie Casely-Hayford.

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Our Team

We’re an ambitious brand, collaborating with some of the best designers and partners in the world. But we’re only as good as our employees, so we look to attract people who are passionate with diverse backgrounds and experience.

Our head office is in the heart of London. It’s where everything happens from Design, Product Development, Customer Service and Operations. We have over 200 shops around the world, from Glasgow to Brighton, Paris, New York, Shanghai and Tokyo to name a few.

We value the career and personal development of our employees. We invest in leadership and coaching programmes that are aimed at upskilling our Directors and Senior Management team. This gives them the tools and skills needed to become effective leaders.

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The outbreak and continued transmission of Covid-19 in 2020 has caused ongoing consequences around the world. The world is a different place to the one we all knew.

At Fred Perry we have reviewed and revised our business practices to support the physical and financial wellbeing of our own employees, along with those of our partners and supply chain.

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Diversity & Inclusivity

The Laurel Wreath is a symbol of individuality and of belonging. We pride ourselves in being an inclusive workplace, but we recognise this is a work in progress.

We set up a Diversity & Inclusivity group in order to educate ourselves and to start doing the work to make real positive differences across the business. We feel we needed to first take the time to look internally, speak to our teams and focus our energies on listening to our employees’ experiences.

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Enhanced Maternity & Paternity Packages

At Fred Perry we want to make sure that all new parents feel supported and can take the time they need during such a life changing event.

We offer enhanced maternity and paternity packages for all our UK staff, which are as follows:

- Maternity leave for UK mothers to be paid 26 weeks at full pay, 13 weeks at SMP and 13 weeks unpaid if a full year taken

- Paternity leave for UK fathers to be paid 12 weeks at full pay, to be taken flexibly within 1 year from birth

Other territories outside of the UK are currently being reviewed with an aim to bringing these in-line with our current packages for UK staff.

We are also committed to creating a safe and open environment where any team member can talk about reproductive health without judgement. This can be in areas such as fertility, adoption, surrogacy, pregnancy, miscarriage or menopause. We are in the early phases of what additional support we can offer everyone and are listening to our teams’ ideas and suggestions.

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Gender Pay Gap Report

Fred Perry employs 290 staff across the UK, 51.7% are Female and 47.9% are Male.

Our gender pay gap is currently still too wide, but we are making progress in that the gap is narrowing and it is our ambition to close Fred Perry’s gender gap – something we are working towards.

Living Wage

We ensure that all our employees will always receive no less than the National Minimum Wage and for those aged 25+ we ensure that they will always receive the National Living Wage.

We recognise that some of our employees under the age of 25 are only receiving the National Minimum Wage and we are looking into the locations where this is the case, why it is and what we can do to move them beyond minimum wage levels.

Work with us

We’re only as good as our employees, so we look to attract people who are passionate with diverse backgrounds and experience.

Modern Slavery

Read our Modern Slavery Report to see how we rapidly revised our business practices to help safeguard our factories with the following actions.

Supplying Fred Perry

We are always open to new Suppliers to help us produce and reach our environmental aims. If you think you could help us we'd love to hear from you.

Community Statements

Our latest press statements on current issues relating to Fred Perry and the larger industry.

Latest Community News


Fred Perry x Amy Winehouse Foundation

Rooted in Amy’s original designs for us, our collaboration with the Foundation celebrates the icon’s everlasting legacy.


Made in England – The Original Fred Perry Shirt

We head to the midlands to visit two very special Leicester factories and the birthplace of our original Fred Perry Shirts.


Celebrating 10 Years of Fred Perry x Amy Winehouse Foundation

Amy Winehouse fit Fred Perry like rhythm fit the blues. That the collaboration between Winehouse with the timeless fashion house continues to soar in popularity almost a decade since her death renders her as unforgettable an icon of British style as Fred Perry itself.


Fred Perry x The Museum of Youth Culture

We join forces with the Museum of Youth Culture to launch ‘From Bedrooms to Basements’ – a pop-up exhibition dedicated to the styles, scenes and sounds forged by young people over the last 100 years.


All Our Tomorrows - Working Men's Club

It’s day two of ‘All Our Tomorrows’ and as we gear ourselves up for an afternoon spent luxuriating in Sunday roasts, panel talks and three more hours of new-music talent, we must remind ourselves to look towards the future, as well as live in the moment.