Romeo Beckham has added another string to an increasingly diverse bow by releasing his debut cover shoot with celebrated fashion bible L’Uomo Vogue. 

The son of image conscious celebrity couple David and Victoria Beckham unveiled his latest project, a collaboration with fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, on Monday afternoon. 

Shot on a freezing cold day in London shortly before Christmas, the new collection of shots capture Romeo, 18, modelling a mixture of designer and vintage clothing. 

Main man: Romeo Beckham has added another string to an increasingly diverse bow by releasing his debut cover shoot with celebrated fashion bible L’Uomo Vogue

In the first Romeo runs a hand through his blonde hair – a bespoke look created exclusively by stylist Louis Ghewy in advance of his new shoot – while gazing balefully into Alas and Piggott’s camera lens. 

In keeping with the shoot’s notably casual theme, the teenager wears an oversized green cardigan and grey joggers, teamed with distinctive black leather boots from Italian fashion house Prada. 

A second image finds Romeo revealing a nicely toned set of abs as he poses in a teal vest, strategically raised by the teenager to exposed his slender torso. 

Striking: The son of image conscious celebrity couple David and Victoria Beckham unveiled his latest project, a collaboration with fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, on Monday afternoon

Be crop of the tops in Supriya Lele like Romeo

Move over Victoria because Romeo Beckham is taking the fashion world by storm!

The young teen is on the cover of L’Uomo Vogue and was expertly styled by Danny Reed in a plethora of eccentric ensembles.

This look is a brilliant bold mix of red leather trousers, printed boxer shorts and turquoise crop top. The latter of which hails from Supriya Lele’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection and perfectly encapsulates the designer’s Indian heritage, grunge aesthetic and minimal silhouette style.

Until the collection becomes available click (right) to discover the latest drops at Ssense. Alternatively, recreate Romeo’s look with a crop top from the carousel where you can also snap up his shorts by Sunspel.

With striking red drawstring trousers sitting low on his waist, Romeo also exposes a pair of loose fitting boxer shorts pulled high to rest beneath his navel.  

In a third image he offers the camera a smouldering glance while leaning against a vintage model car during the London shoot. 

The teenager, who admits he was thrilled to be approached for his first cover shoot by L’Uomo Vogue, adds to his look with a pair of distinctive, loose fitting leather shorts.  

Bold look: Shot on a freezing cold day in London shortly before Christmas, the new collection of shots capture Romeo, 18, modelling a mixture of designer and vintage clothing

New look: Romeo’s blonde hair is a bespoke style created exclusively in advance of his new shoot

Fashion styling across every image in the shoot was handled by Danny Reed, whose previous clients include Burberry, Adidas, Topshop, Paul Smith and Supreme. 

Taking to Instagram shortly after the photos were released on Monday, delighted mother Victoria shared the magazine’s cover shot with the accompanying caption: ‘Proud of you @RomeoBeckham.’ 

Dad David also shared the image with his 65-million followers, adding: ‘So proud of you @romeobeckham What an incredible first cover for @luomovogue.’

The latest edition of L’Uomo Vogue hits newstands on Friday 22nd January. 

So proud: Parents David and Victoria Beckham reposted Romeo’s cover shot after the shots were officially unveiled on Monday afternoon 

Like father like son: Romeo suggested he is following his father’s interest in body art after revealing a tattoo – thought to be his second – on his right calf while training with David and the Inter Miami academy players in January 

Nice work: The inking appears to depict a large bird in flight, although it is unknown which tattoo studio the teenager visited

Romeo Beckham unveils his smouldering debut cover shoot for fashion bible L’Uomo Vogue

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