Pretty Green is a British clothing label founded and designed by Liam Gallagher. The label has two distinct collections: the Green Label – a focused, casual range dedicated to providing quality, everyday signature pieces; and the Black Label – classic British tailoring using fine fabrics with an innovative attention to detail.
The Green Label A/W 2010 Collection is a welcome addition to our winter wardrobe, with the staple winter warmers: fur collared parkas, desert boots, denim, knits, scarves and utilitarian jackets. As the mornings start getting colder and the winter nights draw in, Pretty Green’s Green Label classic khakis, navy blues, matt blacks and slate greys will be your best friends this season.
Drawing its inspirations from the 1960s, with mod parkas, utilitarian jackets, Western indigo denim shirts and signature desert boots, the Green Label A/W 2010 range creates a look that is both sharp and bang on trend. The classic shapes combined with the modern design details ensure that no matter what the weather brings, you can be sure you are winning the war against uninspiring dull winter woolies that are all over the high street.
A few of the stand out pieces from the collection are seen below, with prices ranging from a very reasonable £30 for a reversible jersey scarf and £95 for the desert boots (available in black, green, champagne and brown), to £225 for the fur collared hooded parka pictured. To see more of the collection and shop online, visit the Pretty Green website.