Belstaff's Iconic Rebel Jackets
Amidst awards season, Belstaff launches their film-inspired jackets worn by Hollywood’s iconic rebels. 

Celebrating fashion and film, Kevin Maher, a film critic at The Times, has highlighted 21 acclaimed stars that wear Belstaff on and off the screen. Some of the Belstaff jackets featured are Brad Pitt’s from The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Will Smith’s jacket from I am Legend. Representing the female rebels, is Angelina Jolie’s parka as seen in The Tourist and Kristen Stewart’s biker jacket from Twilight: Breaking Dawn.

The Belstaff jackets worn are available today to buy either just as they appeared on screen or have been updated. If you're not sure exactly what K-Stew and co wore, look out for the Hollywood Rebels’ swing tags in store. The brand is also running an online competition. Visitors to 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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Text by Janine Bartels