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BELSTAFF PRESENTS OUTLAWS WITH DAVID BECKHAM

A SURREAL FILM FEATURING A MYSTERIOUS DRIFTER AND MOTORCYCLE STUNTMAN

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Belstaff presents OUTLAWS starring David Beckham

Roll up and take a peak at what's coming soon to a freak show near you. Through the saloon doors come The Outlaws. A brand new Brand fashion film from Belstaff. It sounds as mad as a box of frogs, starring David Beckham and Harvey Keitel, it's Golden Balls versus Reservoir Dogs. The 15 minute movie-mash centres around a brooding dare-devilishly handsome stranger with no name. Becks plays the protagonist, a maverick motorcyclist, impeccably dressed to kill. The showdowns in the feature will showcase pieces from the Belstaff Outlaws collection, where the Eastgate Jacket meets the Westmore Trousers. There's the American Diner scene that shows cameos of the designer Outlaw jacket paired with the Black Rod Jean.

Hot on the trails of the Strangers Trialmaster Short boots are the Outlaws Bounty Hunters. Their plight is an unending pursuit of the silent outsider, the mere essence of cool, stopping only to smoke, to drink and refuel. It's par for the course of course with Belstaff the suitors, harley's for horses and footballs for six-shooters. 

With Writer and Director Geromy Jasper at the helm, we enter the realm of the slightly surreal, a cross between the wild west and the Cirque du Soleil with nods to Sergio Leone and Ennio Morricone, you might say. The stage is drawn on the unadorned Mexican landscape, dusty like Springfield, baron as Samedi, drier than a Cabernet Sauvignon grape. 

Outlaws will premiere on September 21st and will no doubt be littered with a-listers. You'll see Becks in his leathers still with sand in his whiskers. You can be VIP and be swinging with the big dicks on the red carpet. So mark it down in your diary. See the website for details, stand by your emails, you might need to be around when the circus comes to town.

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