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K1809  
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A button-through shirt knitted in a blend of cotton and acrylic. Made in Italy in a slim fit, with a bold chevron design.

Made in Italy / Cotton and acrylic blend knit / Slim fit / Chevron design / Button-through fastening

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Inspired by designs from our archive, our Reissues collection reinterprets original pieces with directional styling. Designed with reference to the ‘Very Very Fred Perry’ adverts of 1963, when leisurewear started to become preferable, each piece is engineered with great attention to detail. With a familiar chevron design and fresh new colour palette, our reissued knitted shirt offers a luxe take on leisurewear.

  • 50% Cotton / 50% Acrylic
  • Hand Wash
Style
K1809
Colour
Snow White

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Colour Description Snow White
SKU K1809-129
Fabric Composition 50% Cotton / 50% Acrylic
Hero 129
Washable Instructions Hand Wash
Collection Reissues
Gender Mens
Bullet 1 Made in Italy
Bullet 2 Cotton and acrylic blend knit
Bullet 3 Slim fit
Bullet 4 Chevron design
Bullet 5 Button-through fastening
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Further Reading Inspired by designs from our archive, our Reissues collection reinterprets original pieces with directional styling. Designed with reference to the ‘Very Very Fred Perry’ adverts of 1963, when leisurewear started to become preferable, each piece is engineered with great attention to detail. With a familiar chevron design and fresh new colour palette, our reissued knitted shirt offers a luxe take on leisurewear.
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