Brooklyn Beckham looked suitably smart on Wednesday evening when he stepped out to attend the Chanel Serpentine summer party. David and Victoria Beckham’s 18-year-old son opted for a cool but casual ensemble, teaming a khaki shirt and black jeans with a suede tan jacket. He completed his look with grey suede shoes, and styled his brown hair in a fashion-forward side sweep. Brooklyn was joined at the star-studded event by the likes of Lady Amelia Windsor, Princess Eugenie and Rita Ora.
It’s been an exciting week for Brooklyn, who celebrated the launch of his photography book, What I See, on Tuesday evening. This time, he looked stylish in a crisp white T-shirt teamed with navy chinos and biker boots.
Brooklyn Beckham dressed to impress at the Chanel Serpentine Summer Party
It is little wonder that Brooklyn has such a natural flair for fashion, even if it is with a little help from his dad. Chatting to HELLO! Fashion, David revealed: "I'm still a cool dad as far as my younger children are concerned. I was cool for about five hours, according to Brooklyn, when I got him Kanye's Adidas Yeezys for his 16th birthday. Then he realised I got myself a pair as well, so that kind of killed it… Every time I go into my wardrobe and there are clothes on the floor, I know Brooklyn's been in there, as I'm a really tidy person. He doesn't think I'm cool, but he will go out in my new Saint Laurent trousers - which actually fit him better - and my trainers."
Brooklyn's famous family came out to support him at his book launch on Tuesday night
Brooklyn’s parents were in attendance to support their son, turning heads in their coordinated outfits. Fashion designer Victoria wore a belted black silk jumpsuit which she paired with an oversized navy blue blazer - she accessorised with an envelope clutch bag. David, meanwhile, looked achingly dapper in a double-breasted suit jacket, crisp white shirt and tailored trousers.
The launch drew in a notably stylish crowd and high-profile guests included Liv Tyler and Dave Gardner. The book is made up of 300 images and “offers [Brooklyn’s) followers a rare glimpse at the world through his eyes”, according to publishers. In a recent interview with the Telegraph, the teenager admitted it took a long time to get approval for the book from his parents.