This second capsule collection of sporty, weekend outerwear is priced about 25 percent lower than Belstaff’s main collection, but maintains 100 percent of its cool, vintage feel. The 50-piece collection, part of which was shown during a static presentation, features trousers and jeans that have clasps and other details at the bottom — and can be worn inside or outside biker boots; a zip-front washed leather racing jacket with blue and green stripes; a navy nylon puffer inspired by the colors of the Union Jack; and the brand’s traditional four-pocket Trialmaster jacket made from the Gordon family tartan.

The Goodwood estate’s owner — and a collaborator on the brand — is Charles Gordon-Lennox, Earl of March and Kinrara. This is only the beginning of the collaboration between Goodwood and Belstaff: Martin Cooper, chief creative officer at Belstaff, told WWD the two partners would begin collaborating on an ultra high-performance outerwear collection tailored for road and track.

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