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Fred Perry‘s Laurel Wreath collection for 2013 fall/winter is a throwback to mod and punk aesthetics from the UK ’80s. Recalling Brit youth movements in Liverpool, Sheffield and
Manchester, this season comes heavily British military-influenced. Honoring function, durability and technical invention, the brand creates a line of robust yet sophisticated clothing with these looks. Experimental white overprint reminiscent of army issue, regimental white painted numbers and initials, repurposed jackets and the obvious camouflage combine to produce a thoroughly military appeal, updating well-loved classics like the iconic Fred Perry polo, tennis bomber, table tennis shoe and Beatty.

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