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General News / August 25, 2017

Fred Perry team up with Thames for retro-tinged collection

General News / August 25, 2017

Fred Perry team up with Thames for retro-tinged collection

Fred Perry have collaborated with skate-wear brand Thames for a 7-piece collection.

 

The line draws inspiration from sportswear and 90s trends. Designer, artist and founder of Thames Blondey McCoy said:

“I was bored of skating in t-shirts, so I started wearing Fred Perry shirts. I love the silhouette and how their clothes have been re-interpreted by so many different cultures and I always thought I’d love to see my logo on that.”

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Both t-shirts and the jumper are already sold out on the Thames website with the jacket, headband, wristband and Stan Smith-esque runners still available.

 

Prices range from €30 to €210 and you can shop the collection on the Thames or Fred Perry sites.