Liam Gallagher's Pretty Green clothes bring luck

Liam Gallagher's fashion line is Pretty Green, and he says that it brings good luck.
 
"It's inspired by the 60s and, I suppose, that's about it. Bands and stuff," says Gallagher.

He works with Nicole Appleton, his wife, on the line and says that they are not "reinventing the wheel."

"There's a guy who does it with us, he just comes round and goes through our wardrobes, and anything that looks a bit rubbish or tired we just sort of breathe a bit of life into it," Gallagher explains to Absolute Radio.

So what does he think about Jay-Z's Rocawear?

"You're going to get f***ing arrested wearing his gear and you're going to pull a really nice-looking bird wearing mine."

Beady Eye singer describes his clothing range as timeless, classic and clobber. 

He used to use Twitter as a promotion tool for his Pretty Green clothes, once, but his latest Tweet wishes a "Happy Christmas to all the boys and girls from Liam Nicole Lennon Gene ruby and kid see you in the new year x."  

So, it's been a while...

"I only tweet when someone's got it majorly wrong, you know what I mean? That's the way I use it," Gallagher to Absolute Radio, as reported in NME.com.

"If someone's barking up the wrong tree, I sort of point them in the right direction, but other than that I'm not into tweeting - it's rubbish."

He has 210, 529 followers.

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