Belfast Telegraph

Friday 9 October 2015

David Beckham on ‘modern’ scent

Published 25/07/2013

David Beckham
David Beckham

David Beckham described his new fragrance Classic as an expression of his own style.

The style icon and retired soccer star has released a commercial for his latest scent Classic.

As part of the campaign, David described Classic as a reflection of his own personal style.

"My new fragrance, Classic, is an expression of my style… modern, elegant, masculine… I love it. And hope everyone will love it as much as I do," David explained on the fragrance's website. "I wear it [fragrance] on the same occasions as most men: after training, after a shower, when I'm going out..."

The 38-year-old has helped changed attitudes towards men and cosmetics. Grooming is something he classes as a vital part of life.

"I think it’s important to always look after yourself whatever your age," he continued. "For me it feels instinctive and I don’t wear something because of what anyone would think. It has to feel right for the person and if people are complimentary, then it’s a bonus."

David is married to designer Victoria Beckham. He says since meeting the fashion conscious star his own dress sense has evolved.

"I’ve always had a liking toward clothes, but when I met Victoria, she directed me in the right way. When she tells me something doesn’t look good, I believe her. We have a connection that way," he explained.

"[Do I consider myself good looking?] No, not really but I like to think I’ve got my own distinct look, which reflects who I am as a person and the way I evolve as a man."

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