Fred Perry get in touch with an exclusive look at their latest Laurel Wreath lookbook. Shot by Jon Gorrigan, described as "anarchic yet sophisticated," the brand's sub-label continues to rethink classic styles from way back when. Sticking to greys, navys and black with a touch of argyle pattern, this unassuming selection, all made in England, gives a shout to '60s mods with buttoned up fine Italian merino knits and slim short-sleeved oxford shirts. Polos form the basis of the line as you'd expect, less sporty with an all-black finish alongside a replica 1953 shirt celebrating their first ever release, utilising the original loose cut and slub pique fabric. Continuing the toned down theme; bombers, track jackets and track pants stay dark with, minimal detailing throughout in a "sophisticated sportswear story." Get early in early over at the website.

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