Fred Perry “Black Champagne”
A classic Fred Perry shirt colourway for 50 years. Now a special edition tennis shoe.
The M12 was the shirt that took Fred Perry from sportswear to streetwear and each colourway has its own story. The black/champagne colourway was first designed in the early 1960s. A subversive take on the original white tennis shirt, this version appealed to the sharp, simple styles of the Mods. The colours of anti-establishment dressing.
Now available as a special edition Exhibition shoe. The B1 and B2 tennis shoes are styles that reference original ‘80s shoes from their archive. Originally designed for the court, today they look as comfortable on a football terrace or at a gig.
Instantly recognised by its unique upper pattern, the B1 features the distinct bowling detail of the original. The B2 also retains its original design features, with lace to toe construction and a rounded toe.
Tonal black-on-black, both styles have a hairy suede upper, nubuck leather trims and the 30-leaf Laurel Wreath at the side. The champagne Lycra lining echoes the colourway of the iconic M12.
Fred Perry B2 “Black Champagne”
Fred Perry B1 “Black Champagne”
Biscuit Hi Suede Wp / Biscuit Rita Synthetic Suede