Oasis’ Liam Gallagher offers NME.COM users first fruits of his clothes label

Singer offering Pretty Green T-shirts to competition winners

Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher is offering the first fruits of his clothes label, Pretty Green, to five lucky readers of NME and NME.COM.

You can win one of five Pretty Green T-shirts (pictured, as worn by the Oasis singer) signed by the man himself. The shirts will officially be the first clothes produced for Gallagher‘s label, which is set to launch next month.

To be in with a chance of winning answer the following question (the answer may lie in the video below):


What item of clothing does Liam disparagingly describe as “snooker cues”?

Email your answers to with ‘Liam T-shirt’ as the subject. Remember to include your name, age and T-shirt size.

The first five correct entries chosen at midnight (BST) on May 8 win.


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