Hector Bellerin takes part in the London Fashion Week catwalk show while wearing a striking outfit
- Hector Bellerin spent the weekend attending events at the London Fashion Week
- On Saturday, his Arsenal teammates were beating Blackpool in the FA Cup
- The Spaniard had a flamboyant outfit during a Christopher Raeburn show
- He provides a calf injury and is not expected to take action again until next week
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin spent another day at the London Fashion Week on Sunday, on the first row at a Christopher Raeburn show.
The defender has built a reputation as an outsider with his enigmatic sense of fashion and is known for his love of clothing.
Sunday was no different, because Bellerin wore an eccentric gaze while attending the Covent Garden catwalk show at the London Fashion Week – which he attended the last three January – and presented a photo with Leo Mandella's model.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin stores a pose at Covent Garden during the London Fashion Week
Hector Bellerin, Leo Mandella and Cora Delaney attend the Christopher Raeburn show at London Fashion Week Men & # 39; s
Bellerin recently discussed his passion for fashion and told Mundial: "I do not believe there is a footballer who only thinks about football.
I just do not believe it. People have different passions, people have hobbies, people have lives outside their work and nowadays it seems that the only thing we can do is train and play football.
Football has always been my number one, but I have other things in my life, such as fashion, something that has always been in my family. When I see people saying things like! He just dresses like that because he wants attention, "it hurts a bit more.
Bellerin is known for his love of fashion and regularly wears exuberant outfits
The Spaniard turned to a third consecutive London Fashion Week, this time in a Zara hat
Fashion has brought me closer to my family when I grew up. It is something deep inside me, in my roots, and I started to get more interested as I got older because it reminded me of my mother and my grandmother. It is not something that I take lightly, and I will be open about it. & # 39;
The Spaniard, who has now missed the six previous matches of Arsenal, still feeds a calf strain that he picked up last month and is not expected a week ago.
He made the best of his free time and contacted former teammate Serge Gnabry earlier this week when the two made a trip to the zoo.
Despite his absence on Bloomfield Road, the young Gunners side of Unai Emery managed to leave Blackpool without problems, thanks to a Joe Willock brace and an Alex Iwobi attack to advance to the FA Cup fourth round.
The brave defender missed the FA Cup victory of Arsenal at Blackpool and is expected to return next week