Fashion boosted my confidence
The 42-year-old began her career as one fifth of hit '90s group the Spice Girls, which earned her the nickname Posh Spice thanks to her sophisticated persona and designer outfits. She went on to have a brief solo career, but in 2008 she decided to ditch music and set up her eponymous clothing label after fashionable stints like her collaboration with Saks Fifth Avenue, walking the runway for Roberto Cavalli, as well as modelling for Marc Jacobs.
"Being in the Spice Girls was so much fun, but I was never the best singer or dancer. I learned an enormous amount during that time, though: the staging, the lighting, the costumes - the package excited me," the British designer explained to Elle U.K. "But I love fashion - this is what I'm genuinely interested in... When I look back at my past self, (the way I dressed and behaved) was probably a sign of my insecurities. I feel quite confident in myself now - getting older doesn't bother me."
Victoria is now busier than ever with work and recently collaborated with U.S. store Target on an affordable line for women of all sizes, as well as girls, toddlers and babies, and it's set to launch on Sunday (09Apr17).
On top of that she has Fashion Week duties twice a year, but she doesn't get stressed as her former soccer player husband David Beckham is on hand to look after their four kids while she focuses on her designs.
"Yes, he's great. During fashion week, when I'm working, the children will be in New York and he's already planned to take them to museums then out for dinner on Saturday night, so he is very good at that sort of thing - as am I," she added. "That's how you can show your support in a marriage, by saying, 'You know what, I've got this.' That's what makes a good partnership."Read more at:formal dresses canberra | plus size formal dresses