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Raf Simons Printed Rollneck Top

SM7077  
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A roll-neck top in mercerised cotton jersey. Slim-fit, the top has a photographic design screen-printed across the body, taken from Gavin Watson’s archive. Trimmed with the collection’s metal Laurel Wreath tab at the neck.

Mercerised cotton jersey / Slim fit / Photographic print / Roll neck with metal Laurel Wreath tab

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Raf Simons adapts our most iconic designs, drawing on details from his own label. Inspired by the uniforms of ‘70s and ‘80s countercultures, Simons takes influence from the energy of youth at that time. For this collection, we work with the Museum of Youth Culture and the candid photography of Gavin Watson, who by the age of 16, had already amassed more than 10,000 photos of his mates during the late ‘70s. Through this impressive body of work, Watson was able to document a generation of skinhead kids coming of age in Britain. His photography is printed across classic Fred Perry silhouettes.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine Wash
Style
SM7077
Colour
Pop Pink

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Colour Description Pop Pink
SKU SM7077-J05
Fabric Composition 100% Cotton
Hero J05
Keywords tee, tee shirt, t-shirts, tee shirts, tshirt, tshirts
Washable Instructions Machine Wash
Collection Raf Simons
Gender Unisex
Bullet 1 Mercerised cotton jersey
Bullet 2 Slim fit
Bullet 3 Photographic print
Bullet 4 Roll neck with metal Laurel Wreath tab
Further Reading Raf Simons adapts our most iconic designs, drawing on details from his own label. Inspired by the uniforms of ‘70s and ‘80s countercultures, Simons takes influence from the energy of youth at that time. For this collection, we work with the Museum of Youth Culture and the candid photography of Gavin Watson, who by the age of 16, had already amassed more than 10,000 photos of his mates during the late ‘70s. Through this impressive body of work, Watson was able to document a generation of skinhead kids coming of age in Britain. His photography is printed across classic Fred Perry silhouettes.
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