Double layered Top with metallic details Roberto Cavalli
Victoria Beckham, or Posh, as she was first introduced to us as a Spice Girl, has been renowned for her fabulous fashion sense since the mid 1990's, overshadowing her music and acting career (Spice World, anyone?). She's worked the catwalk for Cavalli, and has been the spokeswoman for Dolce & Gabbana and Marc Jacobs, not to mention starting a very sucessful limited-edition denim line, VB Rocks, for Rock & Republic. Last year, her full line debuted during New York Fashion Week to much critical, not to mention commercial success. As for her fashion sense, Beckham has a few golden rules, and recommends dressing "virginal sexy." As the sky-high-heel and minidress proponent said to The Independent last year, "It's great to make a statement now and again, but try and stick to a few classic guidelines. I always think if you're revealing lots of cleavage, you should have your legs hidden. Or if you want to show some leg, wear a jumper dress on top. Don't let it all hang out; it's much sexier to leave a little to the imagination." Check out my slideshow for ways to adapt Posh's style to your wardrobe! Photo credit: PR Photos
It's been announced that Roberto Cavalli has launched a like for pets. Obsessed with his pooches, he wanted a way to honor man's best friend the only way he knew how-- by making doggie couture! The collection, which includes satin-trimmed doggy bathrobes, velour tracksuits, and a flashy little puffer coat, is designed for small and medium-size dogs. Accessories include patent leather collars, leashes and even a quilted patent-trimmed dog carrier that retails for $1,200. In true Cavalli style there are lots of animal prints, sequined touches and hefty price tags. Starting at $110 for a t-shirt and up to $1,200 for a dog bag, would you buy these designer duds for your pooch?