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21st Sep 2017

There is one – and ONLY one – store selling the awesome Orange Blazer from the new Kingsman movie

Fashionable, plus you definitely won't get run over at night.

Rory Cashin

Okay, so we’ve got some good news, some bad news, some WORSE news, and then some good news again.

First, the good news. The first bit of good news, anyways…

That awesome orange blazer that they’re putting front and centre in all of the Kingsman: The Golden Circle promotional material (because of course they are, because it is awesome) is a real thing that you can really buy.

As a tie-in with the movie, famous men’s clothing store Mr. Porter have created a pop-up Kingsman store in London where you can buy in-store (or online, we’re assuming) all of the fashion created specifically for the movie.

Image via London Pop-Ups

The store is open now until Christmas, so you too can look like the most fashionable man alive all through Winter.

But like we warned you, here comes the sadness.

First of all, the Orange Blazer is €1,500.

And second of all, it is ALREADY SOLD OUT.

Now, that isn’t to say that they won’t make some more and sell them again (there is a Wishlist option on the website that will inform you should it become available again), but if you were hoping to get your hands on one any time soon, then you’re fresh out of luck.

However, there is something to help you deal with that pain.

As part of the new movie, the Kingsman are forced to partner up with their American counterparts, the Statesman. Now, while the Kingsman front themselves as bespoke suit tailors, their US folks have a much more profitable operation out front by selling their own brand of whisky (without the E, cos it’s American, you see), and guess what?

You can order it online – it apparently sells at $55 (around €46) per bottle – should you be so inclined.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is in cinemas now, and we here at JOE actually chatted to the lads about the already infamous blazer.

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