Greg O’Shea launches sustainable fashion clothing line

Greg O'Shea launches sustainable fashion clothing line

Greg O’Shea launches sustainable fashion clothing line

Greg O’Shea launches sustainable fashion clothing line. Love Island star, Greg O’Shea has launched his own sustainable fashion clothing line for men.

Too Politically Correct is a joint venture between O’Shea and his rugby friend, Jordan Conroy. The 24 year old Limerick native was the first Irish guy to win Love Island alongside Amber Gill.

Unlike his fellow contestants Maura Higgins and Molly-Mae Hague who have landed collaborations with big online brands like Boohoo, ASOS and Pretty Little, O’Shea has created his own clothing brand.

Too Politically Correct concentrates on producing stylish men’s fashion wear. Their collection consists of T-shirts, hoodies and sweatshirts.

The inspiration behind their clothing line was born out of O’Shea’s and Conroy’s frustration of lack of quality clothing available to men. All garments are produced using recycled materials or organic cotton.

This means all their clothing products are finished to manufactured to the highest of quality. Their ambition is to supply high-quality garments that are versatile, affordable and most importantly sustainable.

In other fashion news,

Hailey Bieber reveals photos of her new wedding dress

American actress and TV personality, Hailey Bieber has revealed photos of her wedding dress that was designed by Virgil Abloh.

Hailey exchanged vows with her husband and singer Justin Bieber in the Somerset Chapel within the grounds of the Montage Palmetto Bluff hotel in the US. Guests included Ed Sheeran, Usher and Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

The 22 year old model recruited the help of the director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear collection to help create her dream dress.

Taking to her Instagram account, the 22-year old star showed off photos of the her embroidered dress to her 22 million follows.

Other photos included a picture of the pair embracing on the lawn of the hotel. Hailey’s dress can be seen displaying the words “til death do us part” embroidered at the end of the train.

 

Greg O’Shea launches sustainable fashion clothing line

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