H&M: David Beckham strips to his underwear AGAIN
Football ace, model, style icon, father-of-four, multi-millionaire: David Beckham has quite an impressive CV for someone who hasn’t even reached 40.
And his success (and half-naked modelling gigs) show no sign of abating judging by this first look at his latest H&M underwear campaign.
The images, unveiled today by high-street store H&M, shows the 38-year-old doing what he does best: posing in pants.
Doing what he does best: The official David Beckham for H&M campaign images have been unveiled and they don’t disappoint
In a new ad for the Bodywear brand, Beckham showcases the range in his own inimitable way â€“ with a range of brooding looks into the middle distance.
Posing in a changing room, the football ace showcases his new collection of briefs and loungewear in a series of sexy images including a few topless ones, much to the delight of his female fans.
Finely honed: Beckham locks eyes with the camera as he shows off his toned physique (and new underwear range!)
East end: The campaign has been designed to have an east London feel, which Beckham says takes him back to his roots
There is a heritage sportswear feel to the new David Beckham Bodywear pieces this autumn and the campaign has been createdÂ to evoke an old East London atmosphere.
The collection includes raglan-sleeve jerseys and henleys in athletic greys, alongside grey vests and a three-pack of grey trunks.
There’s also casual pyjamas, loungewear and nightwear and this autumn there are ribbed pyjama bottoms, as well as drawstring jersey shorts and trousers.
Lounging around: The collection includes raglan-sleeve jerseys and henleys in athletic greys, alongside grey vests
The latest campaign marks the latest stage in David Beckhamâ€™s long-term collaboration with H&M.
Speaking of his latest collection, Leytonstone born Beckham said: ‘I love the heritage athletic style of the new pieces in my Bodywear collection at H&M.
‘The vests, pajama pants and raglan sleeve tops are already like wardrobe favorites for me that I know Iâ€™ll wear all season long.’
It was great to shoot them in an old-fashioned East End changing room. It was like I had gone right back to my roots.â€™
The former Manchester United, Real Madrid and Los Angeles Galaxy star was previously seen showing off his pants â€“and his impressively toned physique â€“ in a memorable H&M ad directed by British film-maker Guy Richie.
Tatts nice! Beckham shows off his ever-growing tattoos as he poses in his new range of casual wear