Peter Andre designs ‘Alpha’ menswear fashion collection

Peter Andre may be a single dad but that hasn’t stopped him from launching his very own menswear collection, called ‘Alpha by Peter Andre’. The clothing range has been designed by Peter, and he not only models his collection but actually wears the range too! The pieces in his new collection are said to be inspired from his Greek background and his sporty nature, with each piece featuring the greek symbol for alpha on them.

Peter describes the new collection as a ‘cultural, yet fashionable’ sign of his Greek heritage. The collection is very understated and includes smart fitted shirts with patterns around the inside of the collars, single breasted slim fitting suits, and work shirts in fashionable thin stripes. Other capsule items include t-shirts with letters of the alphabet in a bold font, and hooded sweats in cool hues.

Peter says: “I am extremely proud of my latest alpha’ menswear range,” he added, “I hope all you guys will enjoy wearing it as much as I do!” Clothes in the collection range from £25 for a white hoody t-shirt, and £55 for a Torino shirt. Peter enlisted the help of two models, Hollie Gallently and David Peters to show what the clothing looked like, although we are not sure if many ladies will be buying the shirts to wear for themselves!

It is thought that the shirts in particular are designed for hard working men who take care of themselves but want to look smart in the office. Talking about being involved in designing a new clothing range, Peter says: “I am thrilled to be launching my new clothing collection. The modern man likes to look after [himself] and I am no different. I am proud to be offering a new range for them to choose from. [The collection] includes something to suit all occasions. There really is something for all men and a shirt for every day of the week!”

Peter Andre’s clothing range is available now from peterandre.com and celebrityfashionclothing.co.uk

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