And Liam Gallagher's new 1970s style collection for label Pretty Green is sure to keep fans hooked.
This season the Beady Eye star and former Oasis frontman has experimented with an edgy British look and references the Rolling Stones' 1971 album Exile on Main Street as his inspiration.
Designed by the 39-year-old in collaboration with his team at Pretty Green, the brand is made up of two main collections: Green Label, a more relaxed silhouette which, this season, still has a rock 'n' roll edge but in a more off-beat way.
The Black Label offers classic tailoring and a more indulgent feel.
There are still classic parkas but denim jackets are also on the rails.
Suits are teamed with roll necks for a more pared down approach.
Detail's such as Paisley trim seams, mismatch patterns and batik prints finish the range.
Other pieces channel the heady days of 1971.
Classic shapes such as a single-breasted peak collar jacket are reworked in a Japanese leopard jacquard.
The use of clever layering mixed with Paisley patterns gives a psychedelic style that channels the Stones' Keith Richards.
Elegance is defined in coats, such as the luxurious scarlet plaid double-breasted jacket, made from British wool.
Other highlights of the collection include the Paisley print silk scarf which would set off any plain outfit.
Gallagher opened the first Scottish branch of his menswear chain in Glasgow's Ingram Street in December 2010 and the label now has 11 outlets across the UK.
The rock star, who is married to former All Saints singer Nicole Appleton, signed a permanent lease on his city boutique last August.
When he visited the store's official opening the following month, hundreds of people turned out to catch a glimpse of their hero.
Here are our favourite picks from the new range.