As well as her talent for music and dance, Victoria has had a life-long passion for fashion. She famously joked in Spiceworld The Movie that she always chooses "the little black dress", but in reality Victoria has extensive expertise and flair when it comes to clothing, brands and labels. Not only has this allowed her to develop an eye-catching personal style that influences trends, but Victoria has also translated her knowledge into a highly-successful fashion career.

In 2004, Victoria designed the VB Rocks fashion line for Rock and Republic and later launched her own label, dVb. dVb Denim was launched in Spring 2007 and previously in 2006, Victoria launched the dVb Eyewear range of sunglasses and also the Intimately Beckham his-and-her fragrance line with her husband David.

This year, Victoria planned her family's move from Madrid to the US, following David Beckham's move to LA Galaxy. She and David now live in Los Angeles with their three sons. Somehow, Victoria has also found time to launch her debut cosmetic line, V-Sculpt, in Japan and has been guest fashion editor at Harpers Bazaar magazine, where she styled a cover shoot with actress Katie Holmes.

Victoria has filmed five television documentaries and has written two books, her autobiography, Learning To Fly, and the style and fashion bible, That Extra Half An Inch: Hair, Heels & Everything In Between, which has been a huge hit world-wide.

Victoria recently filmed a guest-starring role in the hit ABC/Channel 4 TV comedy Ugly Betty, appearing as a celebrity bridesmaid at the wedding of Wilhelmina Slater and publisher Bradford Meade.

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Spice Girls tour costumes designed and created by Roberto Cavalli