Over the past decade, fashion labels FRED PERRY and Raf Simons have worked with one another extensively. To mark their 10th anniversary milestone, the two have selected 100 archival pieces that will be available throughout the globe, specifically where subcultures are propelling themselves. As plans follow, Athens is the first city, then Belgrade, followed by Seoul.
One of the selected items is FRED PERRY's first-ever tennis shirt in Wimbledon. The label is named after a tennis player and inspired its logo, so it was natural that it drops its own. It arrived in 1952 and became immediately successful. The collaboration between the two often boasts bold graphics cues on pieces such as polo shirts and Harrington jackets, perfectly infusing both design aesthetics.
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