I can take or leave Liam Gallagher's Pretty Green label, a range that mixes fairly low-end logo-clad t-shirts with highly-priced items that often don't justify the hefty ticket price. Like this Pretty Green tweed pea coat for example.
On the face of it, a nice twist on a 60s-inspired look, made from what's described as a 'luxurious tweed' in a light brown, throwing in a wide lapel, two fronted pockets, three-button cuffs and a paisley print lining.
It's a smart item, that's for sure. But is it a £375 item? That's between you and your wallet.
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If the price of the photography prints was a bit rich for your blood, you can now pick up Kevin Cummins' classic pop culture images in postcard form, courtesy of the Archive 2: Manchester by postcard set.
Archive 2 is the latest themed set of postcards (Archive 1 took in Liverpool in the 1970s and 1980s), focusing in on the pick of Manchester's past – The Fall, The Stone Roses, Morrissey, The Smiths, Buzzcocks, Magazine, Happy Mondays, Tony Wilson, Peter Saville, Alan Erasmus, Joy Division, New Order, Bernard Sumner, Liam Gallagher and the The Haçienda on those 16 postcards.
£12 secures you a set and if this is your kind of thing, a limited edition Joy Division set is coming soon. Another image from the set over the page.
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