Celebrating the milestone birthday of its tennis shirt, the brand turned to distinguished fans to remake its most iconic garment.

It was 1952 when British tennis star Fred Perry joined forces with Tibby Wegner, creator of the sweatband, to create the now iconic Fred Perry tennis shirt. To celebrate its recent 60th birthday, the brand enlisted its influencers in design, music and sport to put their own mark on the white polo with the little green laurel.

The company sent out 60 reproductions of the 1952 tennis shirts to be personalized by sportsmen, artists, musicians and even ad agencies. Everyone was given the freedom to do whatever pleased them; the shirt became a white canvas on which to celebrate the brand.

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