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Fred Perry x Nicholas Daley

Menswear designer Nicholas Daley explores the interchange between two key British subcultures: punk and reggae.


Strictly Vinyl

We meet the devoted vinyl communities of South East Asia


Dave Little

The man behind some of the most seminal artwork in dance music.


Philip Browne, Norwich

We shine a spotlight on some of our most exciting independent stockists around the globe.


The 2020 Fred Perry Championship

We proudly introduce this year’s championship winners and the tennis champions of the futu…


Raf Simons’ Most Memorable Tracks

Our long-standing collaborator shares his most memorable tracks

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Tennis / The Enduring Legacy of Arthur Ashe

We examine the forever legacy of Arthur Ashe and how he used tennis as a powerful catalyst for change.
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The 2019 Fred Perry Championship Winners

In September 2019, we introduced a new national youth tennis tournament: The Fred Perry Championship. 100 years after Fred first played at the Brentham Club, we returned to home soil to watch the best of the UK’s players compete to become the best in their age group.


Fred Perry Tennis Championship

A year ago, we launched the Fred Perry Championship at the Brentham Club. Fred Perry has a history here. It’s 101 years since he first played at the Brentham Club, and we look forward to welcoming this year’s talented young players to the club – the tennis champions of the future.


Match Fit

We pay our respects to the tennis bomber


Five memorable Belgian New Beat tracks from the late-1980s

The legendary DJ, producer and S’Express frontman, Mark Moore, highlights a handful of retro gems from a dance music genre originally honed four decades ago in Antwerp.


Black / Champagne / Champagne Playlist

The first Fred Perry Shirt to use colour, our black pique polo shirt with champagne tipping was first designed in the ‘50s as a subversive take on tennis-whites. The colours of anti-establishment and a true original.