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Absolute Garments Ltd (AGL) specialise in officially licensed music and entertainment merchandise.

AGL specializes in music merchandising and record companies. AGL currently has agreements with leading tour and merchandising companies such as Live Nation, Warner Music, plus many independent merchandisers based in the UK and USA. Additionally, we have license agreements with blue chip licensing agencies like IMG

Operating as an independent license we offer one of the largest and diverse music rosters including: Pink Floyd / Metallica / ACDC / Nirvana / Velvet Underground / Blondie / Iron Maiden / One Direction and many more.

AGL have an experienced in-house team covering Design and Production. Coupled with an excellent supply chain, sourcing from Turkey, Far East, and UK plus holding own spec t-shirt and printing in the UK for fast lead times. With experience in all these fields, AGL can create and deliver retail programmes to retailer’s requirement and specifications (special make-up).

This has given Absolute Garments the opportunity to create a number of brands covering various market sectors. These brands are designed and sourced by AGL’s in-house team and supplied to leading fashion retailers.

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Our Work
  • AGL X MISSGUIDED

    • Pink Burnout T-shirt
    • Black Washed Metallica Vest
    • Black Metallica Crop T-Shirt
    • Twirl Dye Metallica T-Shirt
    • Black Metallica Vest
    • Blue Metallica Distressed T-Shirt
    • Black ACDC Fringe Graphic Vest Top
    • Black ACDC Cropped Distressed T Shirt
    • Bleached ACDC Nipped T-Shirt
    • Black ACDC Live 1981 Tour T-Shirt
    • Black Nirvana Oversized T-Shirt
    • White Nirvana Graphic T-Shirt
    • Black Cobain T-Shirt
    • Grey Pink Floyd Burnout T-Shirt
    • Black The Who Washed Crop
    • Black The Clash Burnout T-Shirt
    • Black The Clash Burnout T-Shirt

    AGL X ASOS

    AGL MUSIC

    Music
  • MR FREEDOM LONDON 1970

    The exuberant and colourful label sprang out of the boutique at 430 King’s Road – now Dame Vivienne Westwood’s Worlds End shop – and went on to take the world by storm, pioneering Pop Art design in the 60s and defining the Glam Rock and pre-Punk looks of the 70s.

    Worn by style icons Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy, Julie Christie and Liz Taylor and rock stars such as Mick Jagger, Elton John and Marc Bolan, the recognition factor of Mr Freedom was so high that when Yves Saint Laurent unveiled an early 70s Paris catwalk show with applique stars and hearts motifs and a dress proclaiming “Love Me Forever Or Never’, haute couture’s debt to Mr Freedom’s unique and revolutionary ethos was made manifest.

    Mr Freedom broke the mould and set the tone for international youth style by scoring a series of fashion firsts: It was the very first label to license Disney characters for incorporation into designs and repeat prints, in the process sewing the seeds for a huge multinational multi-million dollar business.

    It was the first fashion brand to branch into related lifestyle areas, including children’s wear, fun furniture and even food (with the outrageous restaurant Mr Feed’Em)

    The significance of Mr Freedom to the contemporary fashion narrative is underlined by the fact that there are 25 examples of original designs in the permanent collection of Britain’s the Victoria & Albert Museum.

    “These include such inspired and ingenious pieces as a pair of the wild ‘winged boots’, a two-piece velvet baseball suit and the so-called ‘Bingo Jacket’ complete with appliqued felt numbers. All were personally selected for the V&A by the late royal photographer and fashion doyen Cecil Beaton.
    Original pieces of Mr Freedom clothing are increasingly rare, fetching thousands of pounds at auction and among the most collectible and desirable in vintage circles.

    As a result, the label’s mixture of exuberance, sexiness and sassiness has never been more on-trend and so it is fitting that Mr Freedom is back, reinvented for the 21st century by the man who came up with the name and hot-housed this unique fashion offer: creative director Trevor Myles, who
    cofounded Mr Freedom with the late Tommy Roberts.

    Myles has teamed up with fashion veteran Mo Khan to draw on Mr Freedom’s rich legacy to appeal to today’s savvy young female fashion consumer.

    Says Myles: “Mo and I have carefully selected a bespoke team of contemporary and original designers who are fusing Mr Freedom’s brand values with fresh imagery, up-to-the-minute fabric technology and digitally-realised graphics.”

    Words by Paul Gorman

    MR FREEDOM

    Mr Freedom London
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