The Fred Perry Black Canvas x 6876 Winter 2011 Collection is Non-Conformist

By: Taylor Keefe - Published: Nov 29, 2011 • References: fredperry & slamxhype
Drawing inspiration from the punk movement and student protests, the Fred Perry Black Canvas x 6876 Winter 2011 Collection showcases modern designs blended with anti-establishment fashion from the '60s and '70s.

The collaboration for the Freddy Perry Black Canvas x 6876 Winter 2011 Collection has the iconic British label partnering with the outerwear aficionados for a line of bespoke clothing inspired by anti-establishment movements. In fact, the brand 6876 takes its name from the 1968 Parisian student protests, and the founding of the punk rock movement in 1976.

The collaboration is a partnership that sees both labels attempting to modernize its detailing and designs. For the first time, Fred Perry's 'Laurel Wreath' insignia will be combined with another brands logo. With a focus on premium fabrics and quality tailoring, the hottest pieces from the collection are the sleek polos and veneered knitwear. Stats for British Protest Looks Trending: Older & Chilly
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