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The costumes in “Daisy Jones & The Six” pay tribute to Elvis Presley, who was star Riley Keough’s grandfather.

Look at these costumes now.

Riley Keough is set to star in the Amazon Video adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s bestselling novel, “Daisy Jones & The Six,” premiering on March 3 — and there’s a sweet secret tribute to the actress’s late grandfather, Elvis Presley, hidden in the musical show’s costume design.

“We didn’t talk about her family that much or her lineage — I was very respectful of her private life — but I did find this woman named Love Melody who made rock and roll clothes in the ’70s,” costume designer Denise Wingate told People.

“She actually made two jumpsuits for Elvis Presley, so I had her make two beautiful, long coats for the show,” she added, revealing that one piece is a “denim leather patchwork long coat” and the other “a beautiful rust leather.”

Keough, 33, stars as titular character Daisy Jones in a Fleetwood Mac-inspired ‘70s rock band that struggles with its rise to fame.

“I thought it was nice to bring that back in the fold and have a little bit of that history,” the costume designer continued of the subtle tribute.

The “Zola” actress is the the eldest grandchild of Elvis and Priscilla Presley. Riley’s mother, Lisa Marie, was Elvis’ only child and passed away at age 54 on Jan. 12 after suffering from cardiac arrest.

The 10-episode series also stars Suki Waterhouse, Camila Morrone, Sam Claflin and more as the glamorous rockers.

“Every character had their own specific style,” Wingate explained. “Camila (Camila Morrone) was early Ali MacGraw and … Bianca Jagger. Suki [Waterhouse], who plays Karen, was a little bit Patti Smith with some Suzi Quatro and Marc Bolan from T. Rex … and a little bit of Joan Jett,” Wingate explained. “Billy (Sam Claflin) was early Bruce Springsteen from the ’70s when he was super, super cool.”

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Riley is the the eldest grandchild of Elvis and Priscilla Presley.
The costume designer paid tribute to his iconic style.
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Riley’s mother passed away in January.

As for Daisy, her transformation from unknown soul singer to world-famous rockstar with a drug problem and finally respected talent is displayed in her clothes, including her various fur coats, lots of black clothes for her dark spiral and a wedding dress found on Etsy. The finale is a shimmering Halston gown that Keough suggest costume designers cut into a cape for a dramatic flair.

“There is a part of Riley that is Daisy,” Wingate said. “I think it was perfect casting.”

Valentino is living up to his fashionable namesake.

Julia Fox took her mind-bending fashions from New York City to Italy, turning up at the Diesel show during Milan Fashion Week with a special date: her 2-year-old son.

The actress posed with the tot while arriving at the show, wearing a tiny bandeau top emblazoned with the brand’s logo, a low-slung pair of jeans and all-denim accessories, including her heels and purse.

Valentino was also decked out in denim, sporting a tiny jacket and jeans with a vest over a T-shirt and adorable black cowboy boots.

Fox, 33, shares the toddler with her ex-husband, Peter Artemiev, whom she once called an “alcoholic” and a “deadbeat” before apologizing for her rant.

The “Uncut Gems” star held Valentino and showed off her signature fox-eye makeup look and her freshly dyed red hair, which she debuted in NYC earlier this month and did herself.

Diesel is a brand particularly close to Fox’s heart; not only was she born and raised in Italy, but she also starred in the brand’s fall 2020 ad campaign.

Julia Fox, Peter Artemiev and their son, Valentino, on a red carpet.
Fox shares Valentino with ex Peter Artemiev, to whom she was married from 2018 to 2020.
Julia Fox looking at Peter Artemiev as he kisses their son, Valentino.
The former couple welcomed their son in 2021.

She really got the fashion treatment in January 2022 when her then-boyfriend, Kanye West, wooed her on their second date by surprising her with an “entire hotel room” filled with 40 looks by the brand; a rep told Page Six Style at the time that the clothes were worth a collective $100,000.

“It was every girl’s dream come true. It felt like a real Cinderella moment. I don’t know how he did it, or how he got all of it there in time,” Fox wrote in a blog-style Interview magazine story at the time, which was accompanied by a full photo spread showing the pieces and West dressing up his then-muse.

Though the highly publicized romance didn’t even last a month, Fox’s relationship with Diesel has stood the test of time.

One week after her breakup from Ye, Fox dutifully sat front row at the brand’s fashion show — solo.