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Monday, 16 February 2015

Monday Muse // Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham; wife of arguably the world's most handsome man, mother of four, fashion world royalty, and all at just 40 years old.

So how did Victoria transform her image from snobby, plastic-boobed Posh Spice to now being widely considered as one of the planet's most stylish women?




Last week, Victoria arrived at JFK Airport ahead of New York Fashion Week, wearing an impeccably sleek outfit (above), and from this it's not hard to see why she is queen of her own VB fashion empire.

"I am always, always a lady. Whatever I do." 
- Victoria Beckham

Karl Lagerfeld & Victoria Beckham
Victoria was once known as one fifth of the hugely successful 90's girlband, Spice Girls, but in 2008 shortly after their 2007 reunion, she went on to design her own affluent collection of dresses for her self titled label, later expanding into separates, accessories and handbags in 2011.


She has since been awarded 'Designer Fashion Brand of the Year' by the British Fashion Council in 2011, Glamour's 'Woman of the Decade' in 2013, and 'Brand of the Year' again in 2014... not too bad I'd say.

Watch her 2014 acceptance speech here.

"If I set my mind to something I do it. My biggest wish for all of us is that we are happy, successful, and that we stay true to ourselves." 
- Victoria Beckham


I think it's safe to say that Victoria Beckham is definitely worthy of her global success, love her or hate her, she's worked incredibly hard to get where she is today and is a tireless role model to women everywhere.

To see inside Victoria's Dover Street store and find out the reason why she never smiles, watch her take part in Vogue's '73 Questions' series here.

Visit the Victoria Beckham online store here.



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