David Beckham is shirtless some more. Buy his pants, or something.
David Beckham has decided to launch his own pants line. This comes after the Armani campaign which featured David Beckham in his pants. Here is that campaign.
It’s pretty good, looking at David Beckham in his pants. Here, have some more.
That man is not hard on the eyes.
It would appear that he knows this. On launching his new pants, David Beckham revealed that it was the success of him in his pants before that helped him take the leap.
I have had the idea of doing a bodywear collection for some time now. The push to do something of my own really came as a result of my collaboration with Armani. They told me that their gross turnover in 2007 was around €16 million (£14.1 million), and after the campaign in 2008 it went up to €31 million (£38.7 million), in 2008. It proved to me that there is a real market for good-looking, well-made men’s bodywear.
Translation: There is a real market for more pictures of David Beckham in his pants.
So hurrah, as David is launching some sort of underwear range or something at H&M, he’s brought more images of him in his pants with him.
It’s kind of awesome seeing David Beckham in more underwear. What I have never really noticed so much though is that David Beckham has the ultimate Zoolander pose. He seriously gets a little pouty and always furrows his brow like he’s really annoyed and offended with your question, and I guess psychologically, when hot men are disgusted by us, we want them more, so well played Beckham.