And that’s because a retro and vintage clothing store in the town has a range of clothes dedicated to the fashions sported by Tommy and Arthur Shelby in the smash hit BBC crime drama which has just started its sixth and final series.
Dekades, which is situated in the Corn Exchange, sells overcoats, suits and of course, those famous peaked caps, as well as a full range of 1920s and 1930s fashions for men and women.
And the latest addition to the stall is a series of atmospheric paintings of the famous Black Country crime gang which can help dressers live the full Peaky Blinders experience.
Artist Andy Hollinghurst, who also has a stall in the market, created the moody paintings which capture the gritty lives of the real life gang who terrorised Birmingham in the early 1900s.
The drama focusing on the crime gang has become a global phenomenon, with viewers eagerly awaiting the finale of the show which tells the story of the Shelby family.
The series, which stars Cillian Murphy, Paul Anderson, and Joe Cole, shows the family’s ups and downs between the two world wars – and features the family members dishing out their own brand of violence using peaked caps fitted with razor blades to slash victims.
As well as vintage clothing, the stall also offers military items and uniforms and is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.