Seemingly bent on reviving the glory days of motoring, Jaguar has launched a retro-inspired fashion collection.
The range of Jaguar branded items has been created to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the marque's iconic D-type racing car, and the 1957 race winning model, the number three 'Eurie Ecosse'.
Ian Callum, director of design at Jaguar, said: "Occasionally it's great fun to celebrate the past, especially something as momentous as a winning Ecurie Ecosse D-Type.
"The collection is distinguished by the blue flag and draws on signature cues from the winning No.3 car."
Amongst the items is a 'Heritage '57' brown leather jacket, embossed with Jaguar's retro heritage logo. It's made from high-end leather from world-renowned supplier Pittards.
Also making an appearance is a racing hold-all, again crafted by Pittards. It's emblazoned with the '3' roundel of the Eurie Ecosse and features buckle detailing based on the D-Type's bonnet straps.
A selection of shirts and t-shirts, each designed with a retro theme, will also be offered.
In something of a historic resurgence, Jaguar earlier this year announced that it was to produce a series of 'lightweight' E-type racing cars to their original specification, to complete an original production run that was never finished. They're to be built at a facility at the company's Browns Lane plant, which will also look after bespoke orders from wealthy clientele looking to customise and maintain their classic Jaguars.