Fred Perry Classic cotton V-Neck
The V-neck jumper was originally designed in the ‘50s for warming up on the tennis court. It was subsequently worn by subcultural icons and adopted by teenagers as part of their own personal look. The perfect frame for the collar and button placket of a shirt, the V-neck was further appropriated as a statement of classroom rebellion. Like their older siblings, the kids wore the Laurel Wreath to bend the rules without breaking them. Made in luxury Supima cotton, which retains its colour, whilst being soft and durable.