Updated: Saturday, 21st October 2017 @ 12:35pm

Manchester brand Dead Legacy set to wow with new collection launch in city

Manchester brand Dead Legacy set to wow with new collection launch in city

| By Kieran Isgin

Attention fashionistas! Dead Legacy are having their AW17 launch in collaboration with Manchester Fashion Industry tomorrow night at the Neighbourhood bar and restaurant in Spinningfields.

Dead Legacy is a premium lifestyle clothing brand owned by Manchester couple Julie and James Featherstone. The brand specialises in premium quality menswear made from the highest quality materials.

The brand’s validity should not be underestimated. Dead Legacy pieces have been worn by many sport personalities such as Chris Smalling, Billy Sharp, Gary Monk and Ricky Hatton.

This Autumn Winter 17 release will see the brand nodding to trends in tour merchandise by releasing a graphic rock tee – expect to see a lot of black with bold prints dashed with shades of red, pink and blues.

It’s not all just rock tees however. You won’t be surprised to see reworks of iconic motifs such as Gucci with varied fits ranging from slim-fit to oversized and layered.

The night will surely be memorable with live entertainment from singer Dean Mac, an exclusive Dead Legacy brand showcase alongside giveaways and prizes.

Influencers, bloggers and many familiar faces are expected to attend the evening including Scott Thomas(Love Island), Ross Worswick (Ex On The Beach), Gary Beadle & Emma McVey (Geordie Shore) Charlotte Dawson, Brad Howard (X Factor) and Isabelle Warburton (Big Brother winner).

Alongside that impressive list will be sports stars from highly profile teams across the North West including Kieran O’Hara, Zach Clough, Paddy McNair, Duncan Watmore and many more.

Manchester Fashion Industry Director’s Domain Esdale & Remi Akande said The new AW17 Dead Legacy collections looked amazing. We love working with great brands here in Manchester.

“We’re continuing to raise the profile for fashion in the North West and more people are starting to take notice of what we’re doing. Our plans for the rest of 2017 and 2018 are exciting.''