Oasis' Noel Gallagher snubs Liam's fashion label

The brothers won't be going Pinto fashion together

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Noel Gallagher has made it clear he won't be wearing anything from his brother's new fashion label.

When asked if the clothes from Liam Gallagher's new Pretty Green fashion line were nice he tried to dodge the question.

"Shall we move on?" Oasis blog Stop Crying Your Heart Out reported the guitarist as saying, before adding: "He wears it all the time. He wears it all, down to the socks. He's all kitted out."

Lead singer Liam launched his Pretty Green label - which includes trousers, hats, T-shirts and parkas (pictured) - online last month, and Noel said that his brother will be focusing more on the fashion line when Oasis' tour finishes at the end of August.

However his sibling and bandmate will not be following him into fashion. He described his own style as "wealthy idiot", before explaining: "[Fashion's] a function. I dress because nudity is outlawed on the street."

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