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The clothing brand co-owned by David Beckham has revealed its Peaky Blinders collaboration range.
Yes, Kent & Curwen has launched its latest collection, and it includes a heap of stuff inspired by the hit BBC show. As you'd expect, the new range features flat caps, sharp tailoring and frock coats.
The range is labelled 'The Garrison Tailors', a nod to the infamous Shelby family boozer from the show.
Speaking to the Guardian about the collaboration with the popular series, Becks said he was a 'big fan of the show', adding: "Our brand has always been about the look. It keeps that authenticity."
David attended the launch at London Fashion Week with members of his family, including designer wife Victoria and son Brooklyn - both Golden Balls and the youngster wore flat caps, naturally.
Speaking about the choice of head gear, Becks added: "I got that from my grandad. I wore his from a very young age. Brooklyn has taken it on as well."
Kent & Curwen has been around since 1926 but hit headlines in 2015 when Beckham stepped in and became majority owner.
And Becks is sure to be pleased with the new teaser trailer dropped by the BBC over the weekend, which gives a little first glimpse of the new season.
Fans - presumably including David - are all keen to catch up with Tommy Shelby and the rest after what seems like forever.
The fifth season began filming back in September and is tipped for a spring or summer 2019 release.
According to the season's official synopsis: "Series five of Steven Knight's crime family saga finds the world thrown into turmoil by the financial crash of 1929. Opportunity and misfortune are everywhere.
"When Tommy Shelby MP (Cillian Murphy) is approached by a charismatic politician with a bold vision for Britain, he realises that his response will affect not just his family's future but that of the entire nation."
Show creator Knight told the Birmingham Mail last year: "We are going into the 30s now. There is so much stuff happening, so why not finish the job? The depression and the rise of fascism form part of the story-line.
"It is setting those things up. In the 30s across Europe and Britain there was the rise of fascism."
Anyone else excited yet?
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