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Fred Perry's Signature Black/Champagne Color Scheme Arrives on the B1 & B2 Tennis Shoe

Borrowed from the classic Fred Perry Shirt
Image via: Fred Perry

Image via: Fred Perry

Fred Perry has launched the third installment of its Exhibition Footwear range, dubbed "Black/Champagne." The color palette was originally introduced in the '60s on the classic Fred Perry Shirt as a subversive nod to the archetypal white tennis shirt. The iconoclastic hues now appear on the B1 and B2 tennis sneakers, each showcasing a black all-over hairy suede upper atop a black gum sole, accented with Nubuck leather trim, Champagne sock liner and Fred Perry's trademark 30-leaf Laurel Wreath. The sneakers are available now at select Fred Perry retailers and

Take a look back at the "Rain Stops Play" colorways of the B1 and B2 silhouettes.