LONDON — Tied to the launch of a brand new summer season capsule assortment with British label Fred Perry, rising males’s put on designer Nicholas Daley is as soon as once more providing an aspiring music artist the chance to have a recording masterclass with the Chiswick-based Metropolis Studios.
Daley’s design is closely influenced by music, and his displays usually combine music performances. The Fred Perry x Nicholas Daley music grant was created for him to offer again to the British music group. The two launched their first collaboration final October. London-based cosmic soul singer Aden took residence the inaugural grant.
“Music is the unifying force between our brands and plays a key role in each collaboration collection. That is why during a time when the music industry is under great threat, we decided to pull together and offer the music grant to support the next generation of musicians here in the U.K,” the designer stated.
Entries can be accepted from unsigned, U.Ok.-based artists from Thursday to Aug. 5. Applicants can be judged by a panel of 5 trade specialists, which incorporates musicians Nilufer Yanya, Nubya Garcia, DJ Bradley Zero, Gilles Peterson and music author Tara Joshi.
Founded within the late Victorian period, Metropolis Studios is one in all Europe’s main unbiased recording studios. Artists like Stormzy, FKA Twigs, Queen and Noel Gallagher have all recorded their music there.
On high of the masterclass, the winner can even have the chance to document tracks that can be mastered by Metropolis engineers, entry to Metropolis’ full tech rider, tools and backline, and can obtain model and marketing campaign administration help.
For the Fred Perry summer season capsule, which incorporates two polo shirts, a bomber jacket and a parka, Daley appeared to Jamaican reggae musician Peter Tosh’s distinctive type and integrated shapes from the Fred Perry archive. He additionally added particulars of martial arts, as Tosh held a black belt in karate.