David Beckham smoulders on front row at Louis Vuitton show

Former footballing star David Beckham made an unexpected appearance at the Louis Vuitton menswear show in Paris on Thursday.

The handsome A-lister caused quite the stir as he arrived at the presentation with his bodyguard – photographers clamoured to get a shot of the star, while fellow attendees craned their necks for a glimpse of the model.

 

 

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Backstage, he revealed that it was his first fashion show since his wife's last catwalk presentation in February.

He seemed relaxed, posing for pictures with the brand's creative director and his friend Marc Jacobs as well as Vuitton's chief menswear designer Kim Jones.

"Kim's a very clever man and a great guy as well," said David. "Obviously, I've been living in Paris for the last five months and he's looked after me, he's a friend. And I love his stuff."

 

 



It was a busy day for David, who then jetted back to London for the launch of the new Breitling flagship store, where he met Hollywood actor John Travolta.

The celeb pair were the guests of honour at the bash, which was held on the lavish New Bond Street in the capital.

The pair seemed pleased to see each other, happily posing for photographs together outside the store. The men laughed as they attempted a variety of poses to show off their Breitling wrist pieces.

John had been at the store since the afternoon, having officially opened the store by cutting the ribbon.

The actor, who is also a qualified pilot, gave onlookers a pleasant surprise as he walked onto the street accompanied by women dressed in flight attendant outfits.

David's appearance comes just a few days after his joint interview with Victoria Beckham in China.

His wife revealed that she thinks her husband could step into Daniel Craig's shoes and become the next James Bond.

"I think you would be really good at acting," she said, before turning to the interviewer and asking, "Don't you think he'd be good at acting?

"I think you should be James Bond! He'd be a good James Bond!"

David, however, didn't appear to share the same confidence in his big screen chances as his wife.

"I have some friends who are actors , Tom Cruise is a very good friends of ours," he said. "But I don't think I have any plans to become an actor. I'm not sure I'd be very good at it!"

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