Despite the British brand's strong cultural legacy, it continues to be picked up by facist groups who oppose the brand's inclusiveness.
Prior to Andy Murray’s triumph, Fred Perry was the last British man to win Wimbledon. He was also a libertine, an accidental fashionista, a socialist’s son, and much more.
Gottfried von Cramm was one of Germany’s greatest tennis players, and a gay sportsman who stood up to the Nazis. His legacy has been overshadowed, but deserves to be brought into the light.
England would look better in Fred Perry shirts. They'd still let you down at major tournaments, but at least they'd look good doing it.
One of the world's best cyclists is defying the bland athlete norm by embracing his love for mod culture. No, really!