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Justin Theroux 'designing for David Beckham'

Published 29/09/2015

Justin Theroux
Justin Theroux

Actor Justin Theroux is said to have provisionally agreed to design some biker-style pieces for a brand David Beckham is developing.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - The Leftovers star Justin Theroux has reportedly agreed to design for David Beckham.

Football hero David is helping to develop Savile Row brand Kent and Curwen as part of his partnership with Global Brands Group.

David has been a style icon for years now, but Justin is fairly new to the fashion scene. However his low-key look of jeans, T-shirts and biker jackets seems to have ticked all the right boxes for David.

"Justin has provisionally agreed to design leather motorbike jackets, vintage caps and other elements of biker style, which is his trademark look," a source told Britain's Grazia magazine.

David and Justin have become close thanks to David's best friend Dave Gardner and his fiancée Liv Tyler, who stars with Justin in The Leftovers.

Since getting together with wife Jennifer Aniston, who he wed in a secret ceremony in August (15), Justin has also struck up a friendship with Jennifer's Friends co-star Courteney Cox and her fiancé Johnny McDaid.

The two are on such good terms, Johnny apparently even asks Justin for style advice.

"Before meeting Courteney, Johnny's look was always pretty casual," an insider previously told Grazia. "Courteney and Jennifer are pretty much inseparable and as they started spending more and more time together as a foursome, Johnny began taking tips from Justin's wardrobe, and black is now his staple.

"Justin is flattered. He works hard on his look so he's more than happy to give Johnny fashion advice. They've all joked that Johnny is turning into him."

Justin recently showed off a smarter side to his trademark black look, when he was suited and booted at the HBO After Party following the 2015 Emmys.

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