Factory Records Celebrate Their Lasting Legacy with New Pop Up in Selfridges

The legendary label behind New Order, Joy Division and the Hacienda inspires exclusive collections with Raf Simons, Palm Angels and UMBRO.

By Steven Pankhurst | 13 July 2021

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To celebrate its lasting legacy, Selfridges have collaborated with Factory Records to launch an exclusive pop-up store and collection of clothing, accessories and homeware by some of the world’s leading designers.

Each piece in the collection has been inspired by Factory Records’ impact on music, culture and design, which continues to be a source of creative influence to this day. The pop-up coincides with the newly opened Use Hearing Protection: The Early Years of Factory Records exhibition at Manchester’s Science and Industry Museum.

Selfridges have worked with Eyes on the Pies on styling the collection with individuals that represent the new, upcoming side of the metropolis that Manchester has become since the days of the Hacienda.

Eyes on the Pies are a collective & management company playing a big part in the shift in Mancunian music and culture. Their roster has some of the hottest new artists to come out of the north and the link up with Selfridges showcases members Just Banco, Sofian, Trizzy 5Star and boss man Kane Dunn donning some of the pieces in the collection with help from Sorzano, Coldshots and Clive O on the styling and photography.

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