Brand: Fred Perry x Thames London

Season: FW17

Key Pieces: The oversized sweatshirt is a must-cop.

Editor’s Notes: After releasing a SS17 collection full of provocative graphics, Blondey McCoy's Thames London label is back with a special Fred Perry collab. The capsule collection features an update to the brand's classic polo shirt, alongside a rain jacket, a retro-inspired sweatshirt, all-white kicks, and a branded headband.

Speaking of the collaboration, McCoy said: “I’ve always liked what they do and how their clothes have been re-interpreted by so many different cultures. I always thought ‘I would love to see my logo on that.'”

The collection will be available from Fred Perry stores August 25.

Now, meet the designer making custom pieces for Frank Ocean, The Weeknd and Wiz Khalifa.

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