Ooh, what is Victoria Beckham up to now? After showing her Autumn Winter 2012 collection in New York earlier this month, the designer hit the town for some well-deserved fun yesterday. As well as lending some *ahem* support to her BFF Eva Longoria, VB took to Twitter to share snaps of their antics, saying 'Night out with the girls! X VB'. And people say she doesn't have any fun!
The LA-based ladies let their hair down in style (okay, so they were sporting chic up 'dos, but you get the jist) at the celebration of The Eva Longoria Foundation held at the actress' restaurant, Beso, in Hollywood. The charity aims to help Latinas build better futures through education and entrepreneurship, with Serena and Vanessa Williams also lending support, as well as celebrity hairdresser Ken Paves (who styled the hair for Victoria's catwalk show, FYI).
The mother of four looked fantastic in a form-fitting cobalt blue dress of her own creation, tweeting that it was her ‘favourite dress from AW12!’ She teamed it with peep-toe knee-high boots, a sleek pony tail (sooo AW12!) and her favourite accessory du jour: a thin black belt.
Meanwhile, Eva Longoria looked gorgeous in a Cushnie et Ochs Spring 2012 LBD with a super (SUPER!) plunging neckline. How does she manage to pull it off and still look cute? We're in awe. The pair were joined by Kate Beckinsale who ditched her signature nude-coloured, Grecian gowns for a short Alexander McQueen drape front dress in hot pink from the late designer's Spring Summer 2008 collection.
One thing's for sure, VB has earned a good ol' knees-up. Not only did she deliver another critically-acclaimed mainline collection, but she released her second Victoria, Victoria Beckham range in the same week and let's not forget there's a little Harper Seven to look after too. To top it off, Victoria received harsh criticism for looking tired and miserable last week, but hit back by saying, 'I have a lot on my plate. I'm not going to lie about it, I'm tired. I'm really tired, but I'm also very happy with my life. I'm basically just like any woman who's working and has lots of children - it's tough.’
We say: party on VB!
by Bernadette Cornish