Pretty Green Tailoring Line
Pretty Green has debuted its first ever tailoring line in a move many dub a U-turn. The brand, founded by Liam Gallagher, now offers slim-cut suits alongside parka jackets and polo shirts.
Launched last month, the collection features a series of sixties-inspired suits in classic shades of black, navy and grey. Crafted from Italian wool flannel fabrics, each blazer is lined in Pretty Green’s signature paisley jacquard.
Design head, Pat Salter, first fuelled rumours of the line in 2012 when discussing Gallagher’s transition to smarter dressing, suggesting the “distinct possibility” the label could follow.
Finished with working cuffs and front pockets that cry out for a pocket square, stand-out pieces include a silk lapelled tux jacket teamed with a five-button waistcoat, and an on trend grey and blue check blazer. Complementing slim-leg tailored trousers ask to be finished with a sharp brogue: surprisingly not offered in the footwear line.
The versatility of the collection is highlighted in the brand’s lookbook, below, where tailored blazers are teamed with slim-fit jeans or worn over t-shirts for a more casual take on tailoring.
Accessories include paisley silk scarves and edge-tipped silk crochet ties in muted colours of grey and black.
With prices starting from £85, the collection is available in stores and online at PrettyGreen.com now.