Fred Perry is a brand which has always resonated in Manchester more than most. Whether it’s Fred Perry himself being born just outside Manchester in Stockport, or the fact local scallywags of the 80s were known as Perry Boys on account of their favouring of the laurel wreath logo, it’s always been held dear in our part of the world.
Having occupied a nice space across town for years, they’ve recently gone one better, relocating to an area of Manchester which is most fitting to its cross-cultural appeal.
Located at 41-43 Oldham Street in the Northern Quarter, the Fred Perry flagship store opened its doors at the end of May. It’s a vast space which celebrates all elements of the Fred Perry story, from past and present to future.
To mark this occasion, they’ve engaged with the great and good from Manchester’s creative and cultural scene and asked them what makes the area so unique. Head to their website here to read more.
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