Victoria Beckham's celebrity transformation is one of our absolute best, and (thankfully) her journey from nineties pop sensation to renowned designer and mum-of-four has been well-documented.
She came on to our radar in 1994 in a flash of lamé, flatforms and Union Jacks — though it was solely sassy LBDs for her — with the Spice Girls, and the world watched as they charmed everyone, from Prince Charles to Emma Stone (according to Andrew Garfield's recent revelation).
Then, the girl-next-door (albeit the 'Posh' one) started dating, and married, THE pin-up of English football, nay world football. Two words: power couple. Another two words: leather suits (remember them?). See the Beckham family album, the best of David and Victoria Beckham's family pictures, for more gems.
From nineties sleek to flouro-brights and leg slits, Victoria's next step was as Queen of the WAGS (a.k.a wives and girlfriends) which was helped by the coverage of the 2006 world cup, showing her in her uniform of denim cut-offs and vests (cue a rush in New Looks denim and basic section).
Slowly but surely, among the birth of her three boys, Victoria herself had a kind of rebirth: as a fashion-forward, elegant figure. The transformation was subtle, swapping her bright Dolce & Gabbana's for the chic, minimalist, clean-cut silhouettes of her own collections. Then she started popping up on the front rows at fashion week’s coolest shows, amongst the industry’s most talked-about and revered figures (such as her pal Anna Wintour). Her final step has been the launch, and consequent success, of her own brand, of which pretty much everyone is a big fan. Check out celebrities in Victoria Beckham.
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