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Father Liam is 'very proud' as teenager appears at London's Mens Fashion Week for Topman

Liam Gallagher‘s teenage son, Lennon Gallagher, has made his fashion runway debut for Topman and the ex-Oasis frontman has described himself as “very proud”.

Lennon, 17, wore Topman’s AW17 collection on the catwalk at today’s London Fashion Week Men’s show. Topman’s collection harked back to 90s rave and acid house culture.

See photos of Lennon Gallagher for Topman beneath.

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Father Liam described himself as “very proud” on Twitter:

The official Topman Instagram account has also posted a photo from the event online, along with the caption: “Seen here: @lennon.gallagher hitting the catwalk for the first time and straight crushing it.” See beneath.

Lennon Gallagher was born to the Britpop singer and ex-wife Patsy Kensit in 1999. He is named after Beatles icon John Lennon.

Speaking to NME in 2012, Liam Gallagher expressed his admiration for the late singer, saying: “John Lennon means everything to me. I wouldn’t say he’s a better songwriter than McCartney, I’d say they’re both different but great. But I like Lennon’s stuff more because it’s a bit more beautiful, and it’s more mad.”

Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher recently hit back at a Twitter user who made a joke at the expense of the late George Michael.

Gallagher initially tweeted his disbelief at the news of Michael’s death, which was announced by his publicist on Christmas Day, who said that the ‘Faith’ singer had “passed away peacefully at home.”

“It better not be true about George Michael,” Gallagher wrote on the social platform, where he has 1.4 million followers. In a since-deleted reply to that tweet, a Twitter user by the name of @Migualez then made a joke that referred to Michael’s 1998 arrest in a public restroom in Beverley Hills, California.

Incensed by the response, Gallagher directly replied to the Twitter user, writing: “Your [sic] a massive cunt good job your [sic] a nobody as if be coming down your chimney and volleying you in the face.”