Downton Abbey fans will soon be able to dress like the characters on the show thanks to a quirky new clothing, furniture and accessories line.
Edwardian-era clothes including long gloves and cravats are coming back into fashion thanks to the period drama, and show producer Gareth Neame's new line of products will also include household goods, stationery and beauty items.
He says, "It's very rare for a British drama to have this much retail potential and merchandising value."
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