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Fred Perry, the UK-brand much-loved by Wimbledon fans and London punks alike, got a little help from its friends to celebrate sixty years of collared-shirt style. Everyone from designers like Raf Simons to Karen Walker, retailers like Collete, publications like i-D, and artists and musicians each personalized reproductions of Perry's original '52 shirt. All sixty version will be on display on London's Dover Street, before they're auctioned off to benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation. []