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Raf Simons Shoulder Print Piqué Shirt

SM7048  
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Raf Simons adapts out polo shirt in lightweight cotton piqué. Designed in a regular fit, with a photographic design screen-printed across the shoulder, taken from George Plemper’s archive.

Lightweight cotton piqué / Regular fit / Two button placket / Photographic print at the shoulder / Metal Laurel Wreath tab with Raf Simons embroidery

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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 George Plemper, a South London school teacher documenting working class Britain through the eyes of his students. His work centred around London’s new town of Thamesmead – a brutalist social housing estate – and the everyday occurrences of the kids that lived there. His photography is printed across classic Fred Perry silhouettes.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine Wash
Style
SM7048
Colour
White

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Colour Description White
SKU SM7048-100
Fabric Composition 100% Cotton
Hero 100
Keywords polo, short sleeve, pique, polos, shirts
Washable Instructions Machine Wash
Collection Raf Simons
Gender Unisex
Bullet 1 Lightweight cotton piqué
Bullet 2 Regular fit
Bullet 3 Two button placket
Bullet 4 Photographic print at the shoulder
Bullet 5 Metal Laurel Wreath tab with Raf Simons embroidery
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 George Plemper, a South London school teacher documenting working class Britain through the eyes of his students. His work centred around London’s new town of Thamesmead – a brutalist social housing estate – and the everyday occurrences of the kids that lived there. His photography is printed across classic Fred Perry silhouettes.
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