Fred Perry and Liberty

Fred Perry have collaborated on their "Blank Canvas” range with the iconic Liberty. The range includes four classic Fred Perry pieces using two of Liberty’s timeless prints; “Mark” (paisley) and “Edenham” (floral). For the more subtle look you can see glimpses of the Liberty’s print stylishly hidden inside collars and plackets. Love the “Edenham” polo shirt.

It’s easy to see why music artists like Fred Perry. It was initially adopted by Mods in 1959 and Fred Perry continues to support music artists through its site Fred Perry SubCulture.

Fred Perry (18 May 1909 – 2 February 1995) was an English tennis and table tennis player and three-time Wimbledon champion. He was the World No. 1 player for five years in a row and was one of the leading bachelors of the 1930s!

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