Victoria Beckham wows fans with her shiny satin new dress07/20/2020
Victoria Beckham has been teasing fans with snapshots of her latest fashion collection recently, and we’re swooning over her latest update. The star shared a gorgeous dress from her upcoming Victoria Victoria Beckham range on Saturday, writing: “Introducing the latest #VVB collection, inspired by the whimsy and energy of the jazz era – think shiny satins, fluid tailoring and powerful coquettishness in the form of pin tucks, frills and lace.” Swanky!
Victoria shared a shot of her new dress
The statement frock is the ‘Button-front Midi Dress in Cabaret Multi Print’, which costs £495 and is part of Victoria’s slightly more affordable diffusion line. We love the quirky twenties print, and could see a number of stars wearing the satin dress – and possibly even the Countess of Wessex, who is one of Victoria’s royal fashion fans.
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The former Spice Girl has been isolating with her family at their Cotswolds home, and recently shared an inspiring interview that she had given to photographer Alex Lubimorski – who was the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding and engagement photographer.
Button-front Midi Dress in Cabaret Multi Print, £495, Victoria Beckham
Speaking on his YouTube series ‘Face to Face’, the mother-of-four said: “Look I am very lucky that I have such a great support system around me, but it is a juggling act when you’ve got a lot of children, and you’re busy at work and you’ve got a husband… so it is a juggling act.”
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When asked what she would tell someone who is setting their goals “super high” the designer revealed that she was “never the favourite, never the best,” but that hard work has paid off.
Victoria recently opened up about her family life and work ethic
“I’ve always had to work hard, even when I was at school, I was never the favourite, never the most academic, and then when I went to theatre school I was never the best,” she said. “I’ve always had to work really, really hard and I don’t know what made me keep going but I did and I continue to do that.”
“I am a very positive person, the glass is always half full and I just don’t have time for any sort of negativity whatsoever. The amount of times I’ve been kicked down but you know, I’ll spring back up again because I love what I do,” she proudly explained.
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