David Beckham creates H&M wardrobe
Footballing legend, style icon and extremely handsome man, David Beckham, is continuing his ongoing, already successful relationship with H&M. Following on from his Bodywear collection, which included him showcasing his athletic physic in some fetching pants, David will carry on the creative partnership with a selection of his favourite pieces from H&M’s Modern Essentials menswear collection.
David’s clothing picks for the fast fashion chain will show off his styling prowess as he creates the ultimate capsule wardrobe for men. In a statement about his ongoing creative partnership with H&M, he said: “I am thrilled to continue and extend my collaboration with H&M by selecting my favourite pieces from this spring’s Modern Essentials collection.”
The capsule wardrobe is made up of simple white shirts, linen bomber jackets and college baseball-inspired tops. The edit selections were modelled by David (who else?) in a disused warehouse in London under the direction of Marc Foster, famous for Quantum of Solace, amongst other films.
David himself says of the modern essentials collection: “Each piece is a new wardrobe classic that will update every man’s spring wardrobe with great style”. And with the lucrative Beckham name attached it is sure to be a successful venture for H&M too.
The new edit will be available from 5th March at H&M.