Louis Tomlinson has teamed up with the villain from the cult classic crime caper The Business in his latest music video.
The former One Direction star, 27, was joined by British actor Geoff Bell, 56, on the set of the short film as they channelled the 1980s fashion scene.
Louis wore a Sergio Tacchini tracksuit top as he posed next to a similarly-attired Geoff on the Manchester set of Don't Let It Break Your Heart's promo.
The Casuals fashion scene: Louis Tomlinson, 27, was joined by British actor Geoff Bell, 56, for his new music video Don't Let It Break Your Heart
The music video offers a nod to the 2005 film starring Danny Dyer, with Louis playing a getaway driver caught in a gangland heist alongside Geoff, who played the original villain in The Business.
The pair were kitted out by 80sCasualClassics owner Neil Primett, the man behind the wardrobe on The Business and The Firm, who is known as, The Retro King.
Neil told MailOnline: 'Louis went for the Danny Dyer look which is cool whilst Geoff played his trademark mad villain from The Business.
'It was very much Syco meets Pyscho!'
The Business: The music video will offer a nod to the 2005 cult classic crime caper The Business starring Danny Dyer (pictured)
'The retro tracksuit top paired with Adidas trainers has become a key look at the moment, as it was back in the day.'
The Eighties style - epitomised by Dyer in The Business - is based on the cult trend of The Casuals fashion scene that swept the clubs and football terraces 35 years ago.
Fans adopting the terracing fashion subculture wore labels such as Ellesse, Fila and Sergio Tacchini to distinguish themselves from supporters in replica kits
Pals: Louis wore a Sergio Tacchini tracksuit top as he posed next to a similarly-attired Geoff on the Manchester set of Don't Let It Break Your Heart's promo
'Syco meets Psycho': Neil said: 'Louis went for the Danny Dyer look which is cool whilst