11 February 2015

Belstaff Launches 'Hollywood Rebels'‏

To time with awards season, Belstaff is celebrating Hollywood’s most iconic rebels with the launch of a newspaper and a collection of film-inspired jackets in store.

Indiana Jones Archive jacket

Many of the Belstaff jackets worn, in what have now become iconic movies, are available today to buy just as they were, or have been updated or inspired a new product. As the iconic rebels that wore them are celebrated, so too are the jackets, which will be picked out with special Hollywood Rebels’ swing tags in store.
From Belstaff’s instantly recognisable four pocket style, that Brad Pitt wore on his bike in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (the Panther) to the more moto-inspired perfecto worn by Shia LaBeouf as Indiana Jones’ son in The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (the Phoenix), to Will Smith’s jacket in post-apocalyptic flick I am Legend… there is a jacket and story for everyone:

Jeremy Renner in The Bourne Legacy wore the H Racer £425 / €520 / $695

Shia LaBeouf in Indiana Jones wore the Phoenix jacket £1525 / €1850 / $2695

Will Smith in I Am Legend  wore Sammy Miller £750 / €920 / $1295

Brad Pitt  in Benjamin Button wore the  Panther jacket ;£1225 / €1465 / $2125 

Jason Statham in The Expendables wore the New Racemaster £1195 / €1440 / $1995

During the month of February, Belstaff windows will display some of the original archive jackets made for these and other films, such as the one for Leonardo DiCaprio in Academy Award-winner The Aviator, for which Belstaff outfitted some of the cast.
Leonardo DiCaprio - The Aviator - archive piece

Ironman -Archive piece

The limited edition (run of 1000) print newspaper can be picked up in Belstaff stores and via some wholesale channels, and all Belstaff online orders through the rest of the month will be delivered with an issue. The paper’s content will also live on the Belstaff website within the Hollywood Rebels channel, where it will be joined by other articles by noteworthy opinion formers, on such rebellious topics as leather trousers and rebel girl style, with further content drip-feeding in until the end of March 2015.
In addition to the above, Belstaff is running an online competition in celebration of the rebel spirit: those who visit the site are in with a chance of winning a vintage Belstaff jacket inspired by James Dean, plus a £1,000 shopping spree at a Belstaff store.
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