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Art Comes First Revere Collar Bowling Shirt

SM8051  
£150

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Art Comes First design a revere-collar bowling shirt with a relaxed, boxy fit. Designed in a woven piqué, the shirt is trimmed with chain stitching and contrast white patches on the chest pockets.

Woven cotton piqué / Relaxed boxy fit with revere collar / Chain stitch trim / Chest pocket with patches / Patch with Art Comes First flock print

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Self-proclaimed travelling tailors and long-standing collaborators Art Comes First delve deep into the Fred Perry archive, reinterpreting key pieces through the rude boy lens. For this collection, Art Comes First take inspiration from photographer Dave Hendley, who captured the spirit of rude boy culture in Jamaica and the UK in the late ‘70s. Fusing styling from these images with archive Fred Perry designs, this collection continues Hendley’s narrative, using clothes as a way of storytelling.

  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine Wash
Style
SM8051
Colour
Fred's Red

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More Information
Colour Description Fred's Red
SKU SM8051-912
Fabric Composition 100% Cotton
Hero 912
Keywords woven shirt, short sleeve, chemise, camiseta, camicia, shirts
Washable Instructions Machine Wash
Collection Art Comes First
Gender Mens
Bullet 1 Woven cotton piqué
Bullet 2 Relaxed boxy fit with revere collar
Bullet 3 Chain stitch trim
Bullet 4 Chest pocket with patches
Bullet 5 Patch with Art Comes First flock print
Further Reading Self-proclaimed travelling tailors and long-standing collaborators Art Comes First delve deep into the Fred Perry archive, reinterpreting key pieces through the rude boy lens. For this collection, Art Comes First take inspiration from photographer Dave Hendley, who captured the spirit of rude boy culture in Jamaica and the UK in the late ‘70s. Fusing styling from these images with archive Fred Perry designs, this collection continues Hendley’s narrative, using clothes as a way of storytelling.
Release Status Available