Robbie Williams to launch clothing line inspired by grandpa

London: Singer Robbie Williams is all set launch a Savile Row-inspired menswear collection as a tribute to his role model grandfather, Jack Farrell.

With prices starting from 35 pounds for a t-shirt, the collection is scheduled to go on sale from September at House of Fraser and

The debut Autumn/Winter 2011/12 collection has a British feel and the influence of Savile Row tailoring is strong. Its signature piece is a thee-quarter-length coat.

The winter clothing includes a Harry Palmer-esque Mac, a wool duffle and a flak jacket, reports the Daily Mail.

The collection also comprises fleece jogging bottoms and a
vintage-style sweatshirt.

And just like Farrell, the clothes are not flashy, with the branding and logos tucked away inside.


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