Robbie Williams to launch fashion label to rival Liam Gallagher's Pretty Green?

Take That singer will apparently name the label Farrell after his grandad

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Robbie Williams could be set to reignite his feud with Liam Gallagher by launching a clothing label to rival Pretty Green, if one tabloid is to be believed.

The Take That singer is set to launch Farrell, a label named after his grandad, later this year, according to The Sun.

The collection will apparently include three-quarter-length mod coats, t-shirts, flat caps and polka-dot scarves.



"Robbie's aim was to create a collection with a heritage feel combined with a modern style," a 'source' commented.

The clobber is believed to be hitting stores this autumn.

Gallagher (pictured right) launched Pretty Green in 2009 and the label now has two stores in London, along with shops in the Beady Eye man's native Manchester and Glasgow.

The former Oasis frontman recently claimed Pretty Green is better than Jay-Z's clothing range Rocawear, arguing that people should be "arrested" for wearing the rapper's gear.

"You're going to be fucking arrested wearing his gear and you're going to pull a really nice-looking bird wearing mine," Gallagher commented.

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