Blending sportswear with streetwear is what British heritage brand, Fred Perry does best. Launched in the late 40s by former Austrian footballer, Tibby Wegner and three times Wimbledon champion, Fred Perry. The first Fred Perry product was a sweatband, a practical accessory that was soon adopted by tennis players across Britain. Then in 1952, the duo launched what would become one of the most iconic designs in British fashion, the slim-fit cotton piqué shirt with a Laurel Wreath logo. Today that Laurel Wreath logo has many connotations, from skinheads and rockers, to Oasis, Blur and Amy Winehouse. Our selection of men's Fred Perry holdalls draws on that sporty-meets-edgy vibe the label does so well.