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Taking as his inspiration the clean court shoe with the irreverent blue smile on its toe, Todd has created a collection that took the sartorial codes of racquet sports then reinvented them for today’s modern mavericks who have their own unique personal style, both on-and-off the court. The sneaker was originally developed in the 1930s for its namesake Jack Purcell, the Canadian badminton player, who was a natural at hyping his sport and his eponymous kicks. Since then, the original court shoe became a go-to for everyone from tennis champions to creatives who redefined their crafts including James Dean, Ray Eames and Kurt Cobain.
This Harrington Jacket takes many of the classic elements of prep apparel and reinvents them for the modern maverick. The pattern, which we’ve dubbed “Purcell Plaid”, is an irreverent wink at the tattersall shirts that preppie racquet sportsmen once wore, but then Todd refreshed it into this more modern version that runs throughout the collection and pairs beautifully with the navy or egret sneakers. The silhouette of the jacket is true to a classic Harrington windbreaker, an iconic off-duty style. Key design details include raglan sleeves, a two-way front zipper, welt pockets, and a stan collar. The cuffs are ribbed and have the same red and blue tipping that runs throughout the collection. The back of the jacket features an applique “Purcell” logo. The “Purcell Plaid” pairs perfectly with a number of other pieces in the collection including a jogger, ball cap and sweatshirt.