List of products by brand Fred Perry

The Fred Perry brand was born from an idea of the namesake tennis player and the Austrian friend Tibby Wegner.
Distinguished by the highly refined embroidery of the small laurel wreath, which has always been a symbol of victory, "the laurel wreath" which immediately became a hallmark of class and elegance adopted by generations of British subcultures from then until the present day.

The first polo is born, the leader of the brand. A new concept of comfort is introduced, a piqué-woven cotton shirt - and therefore breathable for the skin - with collar and 3 buttons. The sixties will see the brand arrive at its peak, also thanks to the youth movement of the "mod" (modernist) who had elected this brand, with few others, to distinctive clothing.

The Fred Perry brand was born from an idea of the namesake tennis player and the Austrian friend Tibby Wegner.
Distinguished by the highly refined embroidery of the small laurel wreath, which has always been a symbol of victory, "the laurel wreath" which immediately became a hallmark of class and elegance adopted by generations of British subcultures from then until the present day.

The first polo is born, the leader of the brand. A new concept of comfort is introduced, a piqué-woven cotton shirt - and therefore breathable for the skin - with collar and 3 buttons. The sixties will see the brand arrive at its peak, also thanks to the youth movement of the "mod" (modernist) who had elected this brand, with few others, to distinctive clothing.

A cap in chunky cotton corduroy, designed with signature arch branding embroidery.
Velvet’s tougher, more Mancunian cousin – cotton corduroy is a real British favourite, adopted by subcultures from the ‘70s and beyond. Offering a sharp alternative to sports accessories, a classic cap is reimagined in chunky, tactile corduroy. The embroidered, arched branding has been taken from original barrel bag. Fred Perry through and through.

A cap in chunky cotton corduroy, designed with signature arch branding embroidery.
Velvet’s tougher, more Mancunian cousin – cotton corduroy is a real British favourite, adopted by subcultures from the ‘70s and beyond. Offering a sharp alternative to sports accessories, a classic cap is reimagined in chunky, tactile corduroy. The embroidered, arched branding has been taken from original barrel bag. Fred Perry through and through.

A crew neck sweatshirt in loopback cotton, designed with a printed stripe and contrast side panel.
Legend has it, twin tipping came about when a buyer from Lillywhites requested the addition of football team colours to Fred's plain-colour tennis shirt. An abstract interpretation of signature detail, the contrast stripe and cuff details simulate the 5-4-4 ratio of tipping.

Fred Perry

A crew neck T-shirt in cotton jersey, designed with bold contrast panels stitched onto the sleeve.
The graphic Tee may be a humble piece, but its relevance stretches back decades. We delve into the archive of Fred Perry and revive some of your most treasured graphics from over the years. A fresh but nostalgic collection, we reinterpret your signature twin tipping with bold, contrast sleeve panels.

A hooded sweatshirt in loopback cotton, designed with a contrast stripe detail at the cuff.
Legend has it, twin tipping came about when a buyer from Lillywhites requested the addition of football team colours to Fred's plain-colour tennis shirt. An abstract interpretation of signature detail, the contrast stripe and cuff details simulate the 5-4-4 ratio of tipping.

A hooded sweatshirt in loopback cotton, designed with a contrast stripe detail at the cuff.
Legend has it, twin tipping came about when a buyer from Lillywhites requested the addition of football team colours to Fred's plain-colour tennis shirt. An abstract interpretation of signature detail, the contrast stripe and cuff details simulate the 5-4-4 ratio of tipping.