Last Updated on 7th January 2013

60 years in the biz is nothing to snigger at, which is why Fred Perry is celebrating the milestone in style.

The brand has enlisted the help of no less than 60 designers, musicians and sports stars to each design a special version of the classic 1952 reproduction shirt – and they’ll all be auctioned off later in the year to raise money for the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

The first 25 designs have just been released, and some of the famous faces to take part in the challenge include Dior’s new man in charge Raf Simons (whose tee you can see above), designer Bora Aksu, photography duo Inez and Vinoodh, Olympic cyclist Bradley Wiggins, fashion designer Karen Walker and even the folks over at i-D magazine.

You’ll be able to check out the first 25 designs in the flesh at Dover Street Market in London on January 26th. Click here to check out all of the tees in all their glory. Which one is your favourite?

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