Pretty Green x Jimi Hendrix
August 9, 2016
Founded in 2009 by Liam Gallagher, Pretty Green draws influence from 1950s Rock ‘n’ Roll and British street culture, in a fusion of style and sound, and this month will see the launch of the Pretty Green X Jimi Hendrix clothing collaboration for Autumn Winter 2016.
The new line celebrates 50 years since Hendrix arrived relatively unknown on the London music scene in 1966. As the brand explain, ‘London was the city where Hendrix’s career took off, he revolutionized electric guitar music and he found his groove both musically and in fashion.’
Alongside the collection, a limited edition of Hendrix’s ‘Voodoo Child’ on 7” vinyl will be on sale in store.
The range will go on sale across the UK on 25th August 2016.
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