David Beckham Covers WSJ. Magazine

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Photo courtesy of WSJ. Magazine
The Thinker: David Beckham rocks a Ralph Lauren suit for his WSJ. cover.

A moment of silence, please: David Beckham is going gray.

"Got my first gray a few years ago, and a couple more since we've had the little girl," the budding silver fox tells WSJ. Magazine, which features him sporting a dramatic (not-gray) pompadour and a dapper Ralph Lauren suit on its October cover, shot by Paul Wetherell.

Inside, the sexy soccer star/fashion entrepreneur gives Don Draper a run for his money in a retro Dolce & Gabbana jacket, Prada shirt, and Boss Selection pants, complete with slicked-back hair. (Pause for swoon.)

He also opens up about feeling "physically sick" over the recent London riots, being determined to play in the 2012 Olympics, and why he takes his fashion and beauty projects seriously.

"I'm totally involved in everything that goes out there in stores," the soda-shilling star says. "I don't just sign with a company and give my name to do whatever they want. Everything that goes out there is something I would wear."

Excellent. With his bodywear line being released soon, that's just the sort of thing we're dying to hear.

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Photos courtesy of WSJ. Magazine

Well suited: The soccer star goes debonair in Dolce & Gabbana (left) and Ralph Lauren (right).

For more David Beckham, visit WSJ. online and pick up the October issue, out now.

Meanwhile, Victoria Beckham has landed a big style honor.