Why Victoria Beckham is a ‘yay’

Victoria Beckham, as we all know, is a) very thin, b) very thin, and c) suspiciously tanned. Oh, and d) married to David Beckham. Hah! Forgot that for a minute. She seems to spend most of her time on airplanes or emerging from restaurants, where presumably she ate a lettuce leaf.

It’s easy not to take her very seriously, but did you know she has her own fashion label? Not just the jeans and sunglasses, but she designs dresses for ladies with the sort of budget that Granny spends when we’re not looking. She shows them at Proper Fashion Weeks, along with Serious Designers and d’you know what? They’re really good.

Every time she does it, the fashion press says ‘Oh my God, you’d never believe it, but Victoria Beckham’s just designed a really good collection.’ Forgetting that’s what she did last time, and the time before.

She just does a few dresses each time, and they look OK on the models but the thing is, she then gets her friends to wear them to big occasions. J-Lo. Gwyneth Paltrow. People like that. And they look AMAZING. Absolutely fantastic. More deumure than you’d think, given the whole VB boobage scenario, but curvy, hot and lovely. And as far as I can tell, she does it by working really hard on everything from the fabric to the zips, by learning everything she possibly can from the fashion people she meets, and by really caring about what the end result looks like.

She makes it look positively easy to be a celebrity fashion designer, but it absolutely isn’t. Think Lindsay Lohan and Ungaro. Three words that are now fashion-speak for total catastrophe. Say Li-Lo to a serious fashionista and she will probably cry.

So now you know. If you want to be a totally successful fashion designer ……
marry a footballer.

No! I didn’t mean that. But next time you see Victoria’s teeny legs teetering on those super-high heels, just remember: if Christian Dior had lost half his bodyweight, used a tonne of St Tropez, had a sex change and married football royalty, he’d have been the Victoria Beckham of his day.

nonie xxx


About noniexxx

I live in Kensington and love fashion. My best friends are Jenny (actress), Edie (saving the world) and Crow (genius designer - OMG). I narrate the Threads series by Sophia Bennett. Some people think I'm a figment of her imagination. I think she's a figment of mine.
This entry was posted in Fashion. Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to Why Victoria Beckham is a ‘yay’

  1. Ebubechi says:

    Hey Nonie, so far, i have to say I love mates, dates and the secret story, by cathy hopkins. The whole series packed into one book! Amazing!!!

  2. Gracie says:

    Nonie ever since I’ve read Threads I have been inspired by you and Crows fashion sense And have been sewing
    nonie you are amazing

  3. noniexxx says:

    Hi Ebubechi. I’m reading Cathy Hopkins now. Well, I’m about to, anyway. And Gracie, it’s great to be an inspiration. Mum would generally call it ‘a mess’, but I like to think of it as more an inspiration. I’ll tell her. Thanks. xxx

  4. Gracie says:

    Nonie there is this pretty cool website called stardoll I think you might like it. In other things there is a Valentino retrospective here in brisbane mums taking me I can’t wait

  5. Laura says:

    Hi nonie have you heard of Moulin Rouge? it was a cabaret in the 1800s in Paris and theres a film about it. its not really about fashion but its amazing and set in Paris so i thought you might like it (:

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s