Robbie Williams wants to have a store on Savile Row.
The 'Angels' singer - who recently launched his debut clothing line Farrell, which was inspired by his grandfather - believes his fashion range can be a huge success and expect it will be all over the world, including the street in London best known for its tailored suits.
He said: "I'd love it to be really, really successful. I'm seeing flagship stores, I'm seeing Savile Row. I'm seeing Singapore. I'm seeing it out there!"
Robbie, 37, is also keen to make a lot of money from the project, unlike singer-turned-designer Liam Gallagher - who now has range Pretty Green after previously saying he was not interested in learning from it.
He told The Times Magazine: "I really like Liam Gallagher's clothes. I really like Pretty Green. But I remember him doing an interview and saying, 'I'm not doing this for money.' I was thinking? 'Why not? You get paid. That's great isn't it?' "
Robbie has previously revealed he would be happy to model his own range of clothes.
He said: "Yeah I'd consider catwalk shows but my weight goes up and down and I would have to feel confident about myself.
"This week I would but maybe next week I wouldn't. That's me and sugar."