Founded in 1980, Fashion Records was the brainchild of the original Dub Vendor team of John MacGillivray and Chris Lane both long-time friends and reggae devotees.
The first release on the label was Dee Sharp's interpretation of "Let's Dub It Up" which hit number 1 in the reggae charts that summer. Within a couple of years Fashion had scored several more reggae chart hits and established the A-Class Studio in the basement of the Dub Vendor Record Store in Clapham Junction.
Fashion continued to make hits and nurture home-grown talent throughout the 80s and 90s going through various relocations and studio improvements. Artists associated with the label and its Fine Style subsidiary read like a reggae roll call, including: Smiley Culture, Alton Ellis, Junior Delgado, General Levy, Winsome, Janet Lee Davis, Top Cat, Cutty Ranks and many more.
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