Pretty Green White Guitar Collection

Here at MFM we love this idea of new designs and new concepts,also we love it when fashion gets involved with charities a causes that benefit others. So when we heard that Rock ‘n’ Roll Label Pretty Green are continuing their support of the Teenage Cancer Trust we were more than happy to take a look.

Pretty Green, The Teenage Cancer Trust have come together to collaborate with Jamie Hewlett on an exclusive collection of three limited edition t-shirts. The stand out symbol is a white guitar, and the designs were created by Jamie to depict classic guitar poses inspired by rock idols. Featuring Phil Lynott, hell raising frontman of Thin Lizzy, the legendary Pete Townshend of The Who and the original ‘modfather’ Paul Weller the collaboration plays on both Teenage Cancer Trust and Pretty Green’s rich music heritage.

Each unique design includes bold graphics across the chest of each of the tees in red, green and blue and details such as the back neck tape and guitar logo inside the t-shirts. As well as the tees, limited edition prints of the artwork, and a white guitar pin badge are all available and set to be collectors items.

Untitled-1Jamie who has always had an amazing and long standing relationship with the charity, is most famously known as the comic book artist and creator of Tank Girl and co-creator of virtual band Gorillaz. He created the now iconic logo for Teenage Cancer Trust’s annual concert series at the Royal Albert Hall.

Pretty Green has a long standing relationship with Teenage Cancer Trust. In 2011 they designed and sold the Tambourine limited edition t-shirt which was a huge success. Liam Gallagher was delighted to personally present a cheque for an epic £40,000 to the charity. It has been a cause that Liam has been involved with for a number of years and has performed at Teenage Cancer Trust’s concerts at the Royal Albert Hall both in Oasis, and latterly Beady Eye.

Liam Gallagher, comments ‘This is a charity close to my heart and something I continue to support both personally and through Pretty Green. Jamie’s designs are timeless like me!”

T-shirts cost £55 and all proceeds will be donated to Teenage Cancer Trust. The t-shirts are available from 4th November in our Carnaby Street, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Birmingham stores also online at Pretty