in her shoes.

Victoria Beckham was dressed in Giles Deacon head to shoes for the Graduate Gala Fashion Show (this was months and months ago). I knew the dress was Giles Deacon but for some time now, I was wondering who had made the shoes.
They're spikey but I like them. I wonder if the shoe ends up scratching your leg, say if you are getting into a car or whatever....because that wouldn't be too great.


victoria leaves paris.

After all the fun and hard work in Paris, Victoria leaves Paris with her son, Cruz and heads to London on a train. As she said in her blog, she has to work on her dVb line in London.

She is dressed very basic wearing her dVb jeans, a white tank top, a Stella McCartney Scarf and a Hermes leather beret hat she wore recently when leaving Japan. Oh and I can't forget her Hermes bag.

This picture is from when she arrived to Paris. As you can see, she was more dressed up coming to Paris but I guess she did some hard work in Paris and it was time to dress down. Isn't Cruz so cute carrying his own luggage?

who wore it best?

The fashion faceoff is between Victoria's vest and Victoria's vest. LEFT: Victoria wears her vest underneath a blazer with skinny jeans coming back to Los Angeles from NYC. RIGHT: Victoria wears the vest on it's own with wide-leg trousers in Paris.

Both outfits are good but I prefer the one on the right.

roberto cavalli.

As you know Victoria Beckham sort of has a close friendship with Roberto Cavalli... so earlier on in the week, Victoria came to the opening of Roberto Cavalli's new store in Paris. Roberto Cavalli's wife, Eva was there also.


Victoria Beckham and Dita von Teese attend the Chanel fashion show in Paris together.

Don't they look like barbie dolls? Victoria wears the teal dress she took pictures of in her blog and Dita keeps it traditional by wearing black. Dita von Teese is in major need of a tan...Is it possible to be so pale?

And here they are posing with Karl Lagerfeld, the man behind the show.

louis vuitton.

Victoria looks great as she attended the Louis Vuitton fashion show in Paris on Sunday. Her outfit is plain and dark and not really out there. I mean you can't blame me for feeling that way after seeing the teal dress-Fendi shoes ensemble. Regardless, she looks great. Her hair looks washed and voluminous.

from paris.

Victoria blogged from Paris in which she talked about some of the things she has done during her Paris trip. She also talks about her Elle magazine photoshoot, thanks the fans for the support they gave her and David Beckham when David's father was sick and also reminds them that she is coming to England to work on her dVb collection.

Anyway she attached some wonderful pictures of her in a green vintage 50's style dress that she paired with Fendi shoes.

Victoria with her hair and make up team.

Look at that bling bling.

conclusion of the photoshoot.

So which one did I like the best? And is it really a competition? No, because Victoria almost always looks fabulous. I love Victoria's style and that is why I blog about her. I think she has great fashion sense. I usually never find anything wrong with her clothes. I have her great love of fashion and most of all, I have her love of shoes. I am kind of like Victoria... but obviously the non-celebrity version.



I loved the black photoshoot. As much as I do love bright, bold colours, I am very much a fan of the colour/shade (whatever you want to call it), black. The dark photoshoot was seductive and sexy. She reminded me of a gorgeous vampire princess...and how can I leave out those beautiful light pink Giambattista Valli 6-inch heels? LOVED them.

My second favourite photoshoot was the colourful one---the one with Victoria wearing the red feathery dress. I thought it was really cute and she tried something different, which is great. I liked the bright red against the garden scene and the green background. I, also, liked the white dress with the silver stilletos; that was a good combination and she looked fantastic.

Which leaves me with my least favourite....Although I did like the idea of the ferris wheel and the black-and-white stripes with the yellow, I was not a fan of the basic beige top and the black mini skirt. Come on, we all know she could have done much better. It was way too basic for my liking.

I am so excited to see the magazine and the final product of the photoshoot!