Fred Perry was a an English tennis player, a three-time Wimbledon champion and a World No. 1 player, who in the late 1940s was approached by Tibby Wegner (who invented the anti-perspirant device worn around the wrist). Together, they launched the Fred Perry polo shirt at Wimledon 1952 which became an immediate success. Perry laurel logo was even based on the old Wimbledon symbol, and like Lacoste brand's heritage is firmly rooted in it's tennis history. However, both of them have now expanded the line into a global market.
Fred Perry, Tibby Wegner
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