For all its preppy, grass-court beginnings, there’s no denying a Fred Perry shirt looks damn good on a tattooed model—and, presumably, non-models. Which is probably how those simple, sporty polos migrated from the tennis court to the closets (or floors) of punks, skinheads, goths and all manner of subculture through the decades. Six decades, to be exact. This year marks the diamond anniversary of Fred Perry, a milestone commemorated with these limited-edition shirts and shoes with “52 12” embroidered alongside the famous laurel. What, the Queen gets to have all the fun?