Reissues V-Neck Jumper

Originally designed in the '50s for warming
up on the tennis court, the V-neck jumper
later became a smart staple for subcultural
icons and teenagers alike.

The perfect frame for the collar and button
placket of a shirt, the V-neck was also worn
as a statement of classroom rebellion. The
kids wore the Laurel Wreath to bend the rules,
without breaking them.

Archive Cardigan

Reissues Made in England Harrington

The Harrington was first designed in 1930s
Britain, but it was the '60s mods who gave it
the cult status it has today. Paired with the
Fred Perry shirt, it became a true piece of
tough, hardwearing uniform.

The Red Stewart Tartan lining is adopted
from the original. A subtle reference to
anti-establishment dressing.

Reissues

Based on an archive Fred Perry shirt, and
designed in its original colourways.

The V-neck piqué shirt adopts a vintage-style
silhouette and open neck, mirroring the
relaxed shapes of retro sportswear.

REISSUES V-NECK PIQUÉ 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.

Reissues Tennis 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 TWO-COLOUR KNITTED CREW NECK

Designed to bridge life on and
off the court in the '60s, the knitted
crew neck adopts the sharp, clean
lines of the modernist uniform.

Archive Cardigan

Reissues
V-Neck Jumper

Originally designed in the '50s for warming
up on the tennis court, the V-neck jumper
later became a smart staple for subcultural
icons and teenagers alike.

The perfect frame for the collar and button
placket of a shirt, the V-neck was also worn
as a statement of classroom rebellion. The
kids wore the Laurel Wreath to bend the rules,
without breaking them.

Archive Cardigan

Reissues
Made in England
Harrington

The Harrington was first designed in 1930s
Britain, but it was the '60s mods who gave it
the cult status it has today. Paired with the
Fred Perry shirt, it became a true piece of
tough, hardwearing uniform.

The Red Stewart Tartan lining is adopted
from the original. A subtle reference to
anti-establishment dressing.

Reissues

Reissues
V-Neck Piqué
Shirt

Based on an archive Fred Perry shirt, and
designed in its original colourways.

The V-neck piqué shirt adopts a vintage-style
silhouette and open neck, mirroring the
relaxed shapes of retro sportswear.

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.

Reissues Tennis 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 TWO-COLOUR KNITTED CREW NECK

Designed to bridge life on and
off the court in the '60s, the knitted
crew neck adopts the sharp, clean
lines of the modernist uniform.

Archive Cardigan
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