As Grazia Daily reported last week, Victoria Beckham was selected alongside Donatella Versace and Diane Von Furstenberg to judge the Woolmark Prize, an illustrious design competition, where the winner
receives a £65,000 cash injection and rail space in some of the world’s top boutiques. After the show, we met Victoria to find out how she’s settling back into London life. You can read the full interview in this week's issue of Grazia and check out the highlights below...
Grazia: So you’ve just got back from your New York shows…
VB: Yes, and it was amazing to get such a great response for both collections. It means so much to me and my team, I just don’t have the words to describe how it feels.
Grazia: After moving back here from LA, will you be bringing your catwalk show to London?
VB: Not yet! I mean, look, never say never but at the moment things are good for me in America. I’m very proud to be British, but I love showing there. I have no reason at all to move.
Grazia: Now as a bona fide member of the fashion establishment, what advice can you impart to aspiring designers?
VB: I just always listen to my tummy and go with my instinct.
Grazia: Will you be following the shows in Milan and Paris?
VB: It’s what I have to do. I love fashion and can’t wait to get online to see all the collections. This isn’t just a job for me – it really is what I love.