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Becks' best Belstaff moment

Published 17/09/2015

David Beckham
David Beckham

David Beckham's vintage Belstaff jacket is one of his favourite wardrobe items.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - David Beckham won't ever forget shooting with Harvey Keitel for Belstaff.

The former sportsman has been hailed for his style skills, as well as his on-pitch antics. His fashion credentials piqued the interest of brand Belstaff, which tapped him to both star in its ads and design his own collections.

David's latest outing for Belstaff sees him team up with movie legend Harvey.

"[The most memorable part of filming] would have to be walking on set on the first day of filming with Harvey Keitel to shoot our first scene, surrounded by the cast of circus performers. I always love to challenge myself... it was an adventure I will never forget," David smiled to British newspaper Metro.

Belstaff is synonymous with jackets, especially the biker variety. David himself is motorcycle enthusiast and is often spotted whizzing about London and LA on his chopper.

A good biker jacket is an essential style item for David and he likes to mix up retro ones with newer pieces.

"When I started riding bikes in LA I came across the coolest Belstaff jacket in a vintage store and it is still one of my favourites," he revealed.

"Since then I've had the opportunity and pleasure of collaborating on two capsule collections for the brand - all pieces based on my love of riding and the essentials I think you shouldn't be without. A biker jacket has the fantastic mix of being real functional and protective, while also looking great and effortlessly cool."

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