Gresham Blake Unveils Peaky Blinders Apparel Collection


British fashion designer Gresham Blake has created a range of accessories and clothing items in celebration of Peaky Blinders‘ tenth anniversary.

To bring the collection to life, Blake worked with some well-known fans of the show. Ray Winstone, Romesh Ranganathan, Mark Williams and Tony Pitts joined dancers Aishwarya Raut, Max Day and Alex Soulliere from Rambert, the dance company behind the stage show Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby, to star in the launch campaign.

The collection is available via a series of online limited-run drops, which began on November 21 and will continue throughout 2024.

As a fan of the series, which is represented by Banijay Brands, Blake was inspired by its styling and fashion. “I admire Peaky Blinders for its impeccable style and attention to detail,” said Blake. “The show’s beautiful 1920s fashion and striking imagery were a great source of inspiration when designing the collection, allowing me to create unique, bold and timeless pieces.”

Blake added, “The collection has modern day wearability whilst echoing the traditional Peaky style. The characters’ confidence and rebellion resonate with my own creative spirit.”

Winstone said, “Peaky what a blinder, showcasing lots of new talent. The styling is as sharp as a razor, just like Gresham Blake.”

Ranganathan commented, “I love Peaky Blinders, and the opportunity to join Gresham Blake’s makeshift gang, a designer whose work I think is incredible, was too good an opportunity to miss. Plus, I just wanted to look really cool.”