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Robbie Williams to talk about his debut menswear collection

Robbie Williams fans curious about the popstar’s new foray into men’s fashion will have a chance to view his debut collection and meet the popstar in person today.

The first 200 people to purchase from the Farrel autumn 11 range at House of Fraser today will be given a wristband to meet the man behind the brand.

The line’s target market is men who like a strong British feel, Savile Row tailoring and sublte details such as secret pockets for the bus fare home.”Wear it in, wear it out” is the Farrell motto.

Signature pieces include a three-quarter length coat, a Harry Palmer style raincoat, a shawl collar dinner jacket in heringbone, an Aran crew neck and slim straight jeans.

Accessories such as a flat cap and polka dot silk scarves in navy-and-ivory style Farrel’s looks and give the finishing touch.

Retail prices start at £35 for tshirts and range to £350 for a wool coat.

Tomorrow, September 16, online department store Very will interview Williams about the brand at 2.30pm in front of online customers. The star will be interviewed by T4’s Rick Edwards about his personal style, the brand’s influences and key pieces from the collection.

Those wanting to register to attend the live event can visit where they can also submit a fashion-related question for Williams to answer during the show.

The maiden Farrel collection is stocked exclusively by House of Fraser and Very. Future collections will be available across Europe.

The label is named after Jack Farrell, Williams’ grandfather said to be a notable man of style.

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