She has come a long way from her days as a Little Black Dress-clad Spice Girl.
Now Victoria Beckham has made the transition to globally respected fashion designer, silencing her critics by launching a hugely successful brand loved by A-listers and fashion editors alike.
The mother-of-four unveiled her AW15 collection at New York Fashion Week on Sunday to a stellar front row, including husband David and their sons Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 12, Cruz, nine, and daughter Harper, three, sitting alongside Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, and stylist Rachel Zoe.
Her designs were full of cream midi skirts, voluminous knits and calf-scraping culottes - proving that more really is more - in a sophisticated neutral palette of cream, taupe, black and navy.
Last year, the fashion bible hinted that Victoria's collection was reminiscent of the stuff they had seen on the Celine runway before and commented that they'd like to see a 'bit more of her' in her designs.
It seems she took note. With a new direction, 40-year-old Victoria's stand-out designs, which are clearly based on her own wardrobe, winning her plaudits.
'This was a sexy and sophisticated take that put shape at its centre for soft and womanly silhouettes,' wrote Vogue's Jessica Bumpus.
Victoria Beckham is becoming a bit of an old hand at this designing thing, with her latest collection receiving rave reviews at New York Fashion Week.
I love her style. And now she's even better. Her designs are ready to be worn. It's a shame that they are so pricey, because I'd love to have few pieces in my wardrobe.
Did you like her collection?
source: cosmopolitan.co.uk & dailymail.co.uk