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Fred Perry launches a collection with Nicholas Daley

 Fred Perry launches a collection with designer Nicholas Daly, inspired by Peter Tosh, a reggae icon reminiscent of the 70s. Nicholas Daly aims to strike a balance between the style of the reggae icon Peter Tosh and the functionality and qualities of a martial arts wardrobe, using details and styles from the Fred Perry archive. Peter Tosh was a reggae musician who, along with Bob Marley and Bunny Whaler, was one of the core members of The Wailers. His particular style was characterized by elements of martial arts even on stage, with karate belts or in the total look version. The color palette is built in a retro style with golden orange, new garnet (pomegranate), kahi and anthracite as the main characters. The brand's classic polo shirt features patches inspired by the martial arts belt categories designed by Gaurab Thakali, an illustrator whose work combines music with nightlife. The campaign star for this Fred Perry x Nicholas Daley collection is musician Sam Akpro, whose sound

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