The Reissues collection takes the Fred Perry archive as its starting point. Each piece references the styles and stories of the subcultural uniform. The tennis bomber was the original warm-up jacket from the courts of the ‘50s. It was taken from the shoulders of tennis champions, onto the backs of British subcultures. 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. The black/champagne colourway was first worn on the twin tipped Fred Perry shirt in the ‘60s. A subversive take on original tennis whites, it’s the colours of anti-establishment dressing.