Liam Gallagher would still design clothes even if his label didn't make any money.
The former Oasis frontman launched his menswear range Pretty Green last year and although it has been very successful, Liam insists he would still continue to do it even if it wasn't because he loves it so much.
He said: "I don't like to talk about money - it's vulgar. Even if it didn't make a lot of money, I'd still do it."
Liam believes one of the reasons for the label's success is because it is aimed at the everyday man.
He told The Sunday Times Magazine: "We're not like all them fashion designers. These are just for lads on the street."
Liam recently revealed how he plans to launch a womenswear range once the male clothes are more established.
He said: "A lot of girls are asking if we will be doing a range for them, and the answer to that is YES once we have got rid of all the lads stuff."
As well as womenswear, Liam is also keen to bring out a range of accessories for men.
He said: "We will be adding to the range, i.e. accessories - belts, sunglasses, wallets etc."