Between Emporio Armani, Marc Jacobs, and dVb, former Spice Girls singer Victoria Beckham is never at a loss for an attention grabbing look. The Marc Jacobs muse, Armani lingerie model, and designer is also managing her own fashion label. Her line, dVb is planning to begin denim production in-house. The company has also come to a licensing agreement with Cutler and Gross for production of its sunglasses line. Her dBv dress collection is already produced in London.
Recent Victoria sightings in New York have shown her wearing a charcoal grey ensemble with the early-sixties style small waist, flared skirt combo that is commonly seen on the American television drama Mad Men, which is shown on BBC4.
Beckham paired the outfit with a pair of ruby red pumps and a red and white leather handbag.
The other night, Beckham glammed it up for the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Â The theme for the gala was “Model as Muse: Embodying Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.” For that event, Beckham wore an asymmetrically designed dotted frock designed by Marc Jacobs that featured a sweeping train. She accessorized the look with a pair of Louis Vuitton heels and a ruby ring by Chopard. Beckham is Jacobs’ current muse, despite murmurs that Jacobs was courting movie star Anne Hathaway for that honor.
While the gala was going on, Beckham’s husband, football superstar David Beckham was on his way from Italy to London so he could watch Manchester United, his former team, defeat Arsenal by a score of 3-1.