Victoria Beckham Models Her New Collection, As She Reveals Her Fashion Heartache

Victoria Beckham Models Her New Collection, As She Reveals Her Fashion Heartache

Talk about the perks of having a fashion brand at your disposal, huh VB?

Victoria Beckham has poured her heart and soul into her newest collection for SS16, so she’d be forgiven for breathing a huge sigh of relief after her show at New York Fashion Week on Sunday went by without a hitch.

However, she’s clearly just as infatuated with her range as the rest of us as she’s already been out, rocking one of the standout pieces from the line-up.

Stepping out in New York City after a day of meetings yesterday, the 41-year-old designer and style icon was the epitome of chic in a crushed duchess satin dress complete with a very ‘90s ruched neckline, spaghetti straps and a swashbuckling style belt, slung low on the hips. Unexpected, yes, but it totally works.

Finishing off her ensemble with her signature almond-toe courts and oversized shades, VB proves that, once again, she is the best advertisement for her own brand.

Of course, wearing her own designs is a regular occurrence for the former popstar but, as it turns out, her daughter Harper isn’t quite so excited about her mother’s fashion empire.

Speaking on ABC’s Good Morning America in the aftermath of her NYFW show, Victoria revealed that her four-year-old daughter, which she shares with her handsome hubby David Beckham, has no desire to follow in her stylish footsteps. Instead, she wants to be a footballer.

Victoria said: ‘She loves fashion as all little girls do, she loves putting makeup on and playing with my shoes… But he's a tomboy, she has three brothers. She said to me the other day “Mummy, I think I want to play football.” [It was] a dagger through the heart. I have three boys who want to play football, come on, let one of them want to be in fashion.’

Um, Vic, have you SEEN your son Brooklyn lately? That boy’s definitely got a fashion-led head on his shoulders. Trust us, your talent is NOT going unnoticed by your brood...

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