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Fred Perry
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We celebrate Nylon’s two-year anniversary with a Subculture Live in Shanghai

DJ Shackup paved the way for the night, with a bass-heavy set to kickstart the event. Support was provided by Britpop-inspired, Orange Ocean and the new sounds of So Far So Good.

Then indie/electronic four-piece, Fool and Idiot rounded off the evening. Their signature ambient sounds a testament to Shanghai’s progressive music scene.

DJ Shackup
Orange Ocean
2KM - Orange Ocean:

“I’ve been wearing Fred Perry Shirts for a while now. The brand was recommended to me by the owner of a house I lived in. He was like ‘You should wear some proper shirts since you’re in a Britpop band.’ Then he wrote down the name Fred Perry. I’ve been wearing them ever since.”

Fool and Idiot
Cai Weize - Fool and Idiot:

“As a young band, we have plenty of time ahead of us. We can try new things out and be bold. I think young people should be more open-minded; not necessarily try new things, but be open to change and embrace new experiences as they happen.”

So Far So Good
Boxi – So Far So Good:

“Our best live performance was at Shanghai Strawberry Music Festival. It was our first time at the festival and we just went for it.

“I like wearing Fred Perry because it’s both sporty and modernist. I started wearing it a lot when I was around 16, 17 in the U.S. It’s something I always come back to.”