Bellerin turns heads at London Fashion Week


As well as being a blindingly good right-back, Hector Bellerin is well known for his interesting sartorial choices.

His fashion sense is a long way from the usual stone-washed denim and pop-collared polo shirts most footballers seem to wear.

But he took it step further this week when he turned up at the prestigious event dressed as Princess Leia.


The outfit was a tribute to actress Carrie Fisher who passed away last week, and the 21 year old even had a fully working laser pistol which caused some alarm to security staff.

Bellerin had to promise not to use it but was given special dispensation in the event of Piers Morgan arriving.

The Gunners defender was joined by bewildered teammate Rob Holding who caught the eye of a number of designers with his outfit. The former Bolton man’s trousers were held up with a bit of bailing twine.

“Oh, who made zis?!”, asked Pascal Absurdité, well known Parisian designer.

“That’s just me belt,” said Holding.


  1. The emergence of Bellerin coupled with the acquisition of Chambers led me to believe that the scouting department had new “boyish charm” recruiting requirements. Then we signed Gabriel.


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  2. Hahahahaha nice one blogs. Finally even I can have a laugh. Guess things are not all that bad in the Arsenal Empire! Wonder who can do the jokers; why so..serious Son impersonation best out of this squad?!

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  3. Seriously blogs, he couldn’t wear that outfit out of the house. They are obviously not Puma Rebel slippers.

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  4. Oh FFS another hollywood type more concerned about selfies and cinnamon buns than trying to win the league. Typical Arsenal…

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  5. Great story. Holding should play v Swans on basis of belt. Hector actually looks better in those robes than the strange brown jacket with tassels he actually wore. Just saying. Apparently, he’s injured? May the return-quick force be strong in Hector.

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