A new range of Peaky Blinders-inspired baby clothes has been made available for sale by the UK retailer Mamas & Papas.
The revered BBC show – which recently concluded its fourth season – is well-known for its sartorial choices, with the members of the eponymous Birmingham gang often seen wearing tweed jackets, waistcoats and flat caps.
Mamas & Papas have now evidently taken inspiration from the Steven Knight-created show, with the retailer stocking a range of Peaky Blinders-themed baby clothes.
Mamas and Papas have a Peaky Blinders range. This a game changer, anyone want a kid??? pic.twitter.com/bHjsReyAEW
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The clothing range – part of the store’s first phase of its SS18 range – includes such pieces as an all-in-one mock tweed waistcoat (£25), a navy tweed flat cap (£12) and a waistcoat and tie set (£25). You can see the full range here.
Last week, Peaky Blinders star Paul Anderson revealed that he initially believed that his character, Arthur Shelby, had been killed off the show when he first read through the script for the dramatic season four finale.
“I read that for the first time and I thought, ‘Wait a minute!’ – because when you read it, it just reads like I’m dead,” he recalled. “I was literally like, ‘No way! Wait a second… am I? And they haven’t told me?’”