The guitarist caused a buzz with the 'black tie' T-shirt he wore to the BAFTAs earlier this month and he has revealed he's going to bring out his own clothing line next year which will focus on cool tees.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz at the NME Awards on Wednesday (18.02.15), he said: ''I'm going to bring out a line next year so stay tuned, I'm not joking I'm serious. I've pulling the move of making funny T-shirts for a year now. So I couldn't resist doing my own line, if you track back and look at all the shows you'll see me wearing them. I had the BAFTAs one specially made, I've got another 300 like it at home.''
Unlike many other celebrity clothing lines, Serge has promised his will be affordable so no Kasabian fan is priced out.
The 'Stevie' hitmaker - who is friends with Liam Gallagher, who has his own fashion label Pretty Green - insisted: ''Lots of people release their own line and people can't afford it, you'll be able to afford this T-shirt. Although not the actual T-shirt I wore to the BAFTAs, there's not enough money to buy that.''
Serge, 34, also revealed he has already patented his 'black tie' to stop imitators.
Talking about the tee, he said: ''I patented already because I wore it.''
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