The Thames x London Fred Perry capsule collection features some British heritage classics with a streetwear twist.
Artist, pro-skater, model and Thames London curator, Blondey McCoy, has now teamed up with the British heritage brand, Fred Perry. From the original mods of the 60’s to the skinhead revival in the early 80’s, Fred Perry has always had a close connection to British subcultures. The heritage tennis brand now turns its attention to Blondey McCoy and his very own streetwear label, Thames London. Still in its infacny, Thames London has already become one of the most talked about independent labels from the UK, thanks to Mr McCoy’s profile and following.
The all British collection features striped polo shirts, classic Fred tees, sweatshirts and tracksuit tops updated with bold pinks and Thames graphics. The collaboration also includes some velcro leather tennis trainers and a tennis headband.
The Thames London x Fred Perry capsule collection will be launching from fredperry.com from 25th August 2017. In other Blondey McCoy related news you can also check out is latest art exhibition, ‘Us and Chem’, at the Heni Gallery in Soho, London which runs till 27th August 2017.