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Video Proof: If Anyone Can Make Long Johns Sexy, It's David Beckham

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    Shiny button-downs, pleated khakis, sneaker loafers: Just a few of the things that David Beckham may be able to pull off and still make us swoon. Have your doubts? Just check out Becks in his newest H&M collection for the holidays, in which the football (or soccer, whichever you prefer to call it) star gives us his take on long johns.

    Sure, we love a great set of long johns — like under a snow suit or on lazy, winter Sundays when we're doing laundry — but with Beckham as the face of his own H&M collection, long underwear suddenly got a little toastier. Taking inspiration from the underwear of a century ago (because, really, what else screams sexy?), Beckham's latest collaboration with the Swedish retailer also comes complete with hooded robes, henley tees, sweatpants, and shorts.

    Okay, talk is cheap. Check out the video below of Mr. Victoria Beckham talking about his new line, those century-old long johns, and what it's like to be labeled a style icon. Then jump ahead to the slides to see all the new campaign shots and the collection.



    Photo: Courtesy of H&M

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