In his Nineties Britpop days he was better known for his anthemic songs and confrontational attitude than his fashion sense. Now a settled down husband and father, Liam Gallagher is launching his own clothing range called Pretty Green which he says will reflect his own style.
"I won't be putting anything out unless I'd wear it," the singer explained. "If you're going to do it you've got to get involved. I'm really looking forward to it; I think it's going to be good."
He lamented the arrival of skinny jeans and pointed shoes, saying that his range won't be anything like that. The range will offer classic designs across footwear, denim, knitwear, jackets, trench coats, parkas, t-shirts, hats, scarves and accessories - created by a range of industry professionals and subject to Liam's final approval.
The collection will be in muted tones of black and brown - and will feature "nothing wild" - as Gallagher himself explains in a video being shown now on his website. He aims to create clothes that men will enjoy wearing, saying "I'm not Jean Paul Gaultier or anything."
The range will be available from July and will have it's debut in GQ magazine, out June 4. For more information visit the website, www.prettygreen.com.
Via Vogue UK