Reissues Made in England
Original Tennis Bomber

The tennis bomber was the original
warm-up jacket from the courts of
the '50s. Taken from the shoulders
of tennis champions, onto the backs
of British subcultures.

Today, original detailing remains,
with a profile-stitched pocket – shaped
like a tennis ball, an elasticated waist
designed to grip tennis players during
their match, and a concealed zip pocket
for that all-important locker key.

Archive Bomber

Reissues Pleated Piqué Tennis Dress

The all-white cotton tennis dress first
appeared in Fred Perry sportswear ads in
the '60s, encapsulating the fresh and
minimalistic styles of the time.

Today, our tennis dress subverts the
original, adopting the same black/champagne
colourway of one of the first
Fred Perry shirts. The colours
of anti-establishment dressing.

Reissues Tipped Cardigan

Our knitted cardigan looks back to
the sharp styles of continental Europe,
which were later adopted by the mods
of '60s Britain. Like the V-neck jumper,
the cardigan makes the perfect frame
for the Fred Perry shirt. Made in Italy.

Archive Cardigan

M2

The Single Tipped Fred Perry Shirt

First designed in the ‘60s, the M2
reinvents the classic twin tipped
Fred Perry shirt, with single tipping
at the collar and cuffs.

The colour palette references the retro
tones found in our original catalogues;
a legacy that is pure modernism.

Archive Cardigan

Reissues Crew Neck Piqué T-Shirt

Vintage sports training gear, with a
refined edge. Our piqué T-shirt adopts
archive Fred Perry colourways, with
the original high crew-neck
and relaxed silhouette.

Originally designed in the '60s,
the knitted sports shirt bridged life on
and off the court, as our sportwear
designs crossed over into leisurewear.

At the time, it was about being smart,
but a different kind of smart to the
generation before. People began to
escape the formal-wear of the previous
decade, instead adopting casual styles
in refined textures and colours.

Reissues Cable Knitted Shirt

Reissues

Reissues Made in England Original Tennis Bomber

The tennis bomber was the original
warm-up jacket from the courts of
the '50s. Taken from the shoulders
of tennis champions, onto the backs
of British subcultures.

Today, original detailing remains,
with a profile-stitched pocket – shaped
like a tennis ball, an elasticated waist
designed to grip tennis players during
their match, and a concealed zip pocket
for that all-important locker key.

Archive Bomber

Reissues Pleated Piqué Tennis Dress

The all-white cotton tennis dress first
appeared in Fred Perry sportswear ads in
the '60s, encapsulating the fresh and
minimalistic styles of the time.

Today, our tennis dress subverts the
original, adopting the same black/champagne
colourway of one of the first
Fred Perry shirts. The colours
of anti-establishment dressing.

Reissues Tipped Cardigan

Our knitted cardigan looks back to
the sharp styles of continental Europe,
which were later adopted by the mods
of '60s Britain. Like the V-neck jumper,
the cardigan makes the perfect frame
for the Fred Perry shirt. Made in Italy.

Archive Cardigan

M2

The Single Tipped Fred Perry Shirt

First designed in the ‘60s, the M2
reinvents the classic twin tipped
Fred Perry shirt, with single tipping
at the collar and cuffs.

The colour palette references the retro
tones found in our original catalogues;
a legacy that is pure modernism.

Archive Cardigan

Reissues Crew Neck Piqué T-Shirt

Vintage sports training gear, with a
refined edge. Our piqué T-shirt adopts
archive Fred Perry colourways, with
the original high crew-neck
and relaxed silhouette.

Reissues Cable Knitted Shirt

Originally designed in the '60s,
the knitted sports shirt bridged life on
and off the court, as our sportwear
designs crossed over into leisurewear.

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