Soft knitwear and Harrington jackets from Fred Perry's debut collection for boys
Fred Perry, the clothing brand named after legendery three-time Wimbledon champion, Frederick John Perry, has launched its debut boyswear range. The small capsual collection, for boys aged 2–8 years, features the brand's customery polo shirt, a smart bomber jacket, a mod inspired granddad style cardigan – all featuring the label's famous laurel emblem that's been around since the label first launched in the Forties. The range is ideal for retro-enthused parents and for dancing around the sitting room to some knee-clapping Northern Soul.
Little Known Fred Perry fact: He was Table Tennis World Champion in 1929 before he took up tennis and went on to win every Grand Slam event – but not in the same year.
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