Dundee charity shop selling clothes designed by Oasis star Liam Gallagher

A Dundee charity shop is setting up a Wonderwall of jackets after receiving a delivery of Liam Gallagher-designed clothing.

n Picture shows Matthew Tonner, left, and Adam Topen trying on some of the designer clothing.
Matthew Tonner, left, and Adam Topen trying on some of the designer clothing

Budding Rock ‘n’ Roll Stars will need to make their way to Shelter on Perth Road at Supersonic speed after the shop was gifted half a dozen mint-condition Pretty Green coats and jackets.

The generous donation was handed in to the store by an anonymous donor.

The jackets usually retail at between £100-£300 and will help raise much-needed funds for the homeless charity.

The clothes are expected to sell quickly, due to their Oasis connection and affordability.

John Sinclair, Shelter Scotland area manager, said: “We are really grateful to the person who has donated these high-quality items which are in perfect condition. It will help us to help those in bad housing and homelessness and it also provides some lucky shoppers with fantastic coats at a bargain price.

“Some Might Say it’s an opportunity not to be missed.”

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