Despite being one of the world's greatest footballers, David Beckham has turned to his wife Victoria Beckham for inspiration – by stepping into the world of fashion! The 42-year-old was supported by his partner and their son Romeo as he launched his part-owned fashion collection, Kent & Curwen, during London Fashion Week Men's on Sunday. Dressed for the occasion, David cut a handsome figure in an ensemble from the collection, consisting of a emerald green cardigan with the brand's logo emblazoned across it and plain chinos.
The former Spice Girls star, 43, looked typically chic in a camel coloured blouse and leather-effect trousers from her own fashion line, while their aspiring model son, 14, rocked a stylish look with dark jeans and a grey jumper from his father's collection, which starts at £195. Shortly after the event, Victoria took to Instagram to post a gushing message: "So proud of @davidbeckham Great SS 18 @kentandcurwen X @danielkearns xVB." David invested in the Kent & Curwen menswear brand last November and has been fronting campaigns for them ever since.
In a previous chat with HELLO! Fashion, father-of-four David revealed that his teenage boys, particularly his eldest son, 18-year-old Brooklyn, like to raid his wardrobe. He shared: "I'm still a cool dad as far as my younger children are concerned. I was cool for about five hours, according to Brooklyn, when I got him Kanye's Adidas Yeezys for his 16th birthday. Then he realised I got myself a pair as well, so that kind of killed it…." He added: "Every time I go into my wardrobe and there are clothes on the floor, I know Brooklyn's been in there, as I'm a really tidy person. He doesn't think I'm cool, but he will go out in my new Saint Laurent trousers - which actually fit him better - and my trainers."