Expanding his H&M high-street collection into childrenswear, the former football player David Beckham has launched a line just for boys.
Representing Queen and country? Check. MILF missis? Check. Beautiful brood? Check. But now it seems the doting dad David Beckham has got a children’s clothes collection to tick off of his list as well – the Beckham fashion empire just got bigger.
Perhaps with sons, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz in mind, David Beckham has expanded his high-street collection into childrenswear. From jumpers, shirts and vests to long johns, the former England international has launched a line of mini-me pieces.
Described by H&M as a 'cool yet comfortable range', the pieces designed by the dad of four, mirror his adult underwear line colour palette of grey and blue hues.
Stripes feature on several pieces throughout the new H&M collection, a theme that will run through into his adult range and be released in the coming month. The new line is perfect for getting your little one dressing like daddy.
A spokesperson for the Swedish apparel chain said, ‘Pieces such as the grey jersey pyjama shorts show the heritage athletic influence, which comes from David's own love of vintage sportswear.'
Following the 38-year-old’s previous success with H&M, the cute collection of underwear and lounge wear for little ones from two years to fourteen years, will be available in H&M stores from 30 January.
And it appears Harper has a taste for fashionable things as well. The power couple commissioned a Damien Hurst piece of artwork for Harper’s bedroom. The huge pink heart, which was seen being carried into their recently-bought home last weekend, is adorned with butterflies and called ‘Daddy's Girl’.
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