Victoria Beckham recently launched her VB Body permanent capsule collection, she said that the new line of shapewear looks especially suitable for those with curvaceous bodies.
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Victoria Beckham has described the desire to be thin as an “outdated view”, instead speculating that women today want curvaceous bodies.
The fashion designer, 48, made the comments amid the launch of her new suit VB Body The shapewear collection, which she says recently looks especially good on curvier bodies.
She has revealed that the inspiration behind the new line – priced between £90 and £650 each – is women’s desire to have ‘boobs, curvy bottoms’.
“It’s an old-fashioned view of wanting to be thin,” she commented. “I think women today want to look healthy and have curves. They want a bust – and a fat person.”
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Victoria commented Grazia magazineafter posing in her many shaping outfits for magazine covers – including posing as a Playboy bunny.
The mother-of-four said there are “a lot of women who really have curvy bodies” in Miami – where she and David Beckham, 47, spend time as he co-owns Inter Miami CF.
Such people, she said, “really own” their bodies and are “confident in showing them off”, with an attitude and style that Victoria has described as “liberal”.
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She added that as a mother, she loves her youngest child Harper Beckham, 10, being with women who “really celebrate their curves and enjoy the way they look.”
Victoria suggests to the store that her VB Body collection will help women have curvier figures, with tight-knit designs that create a “really flattering figure”.
Further discussing the new line – available in sizes 6 to 18 – the Spice Girls member commented, “The more curvy you are, the better my VB Body dresses look.”
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Announced on social media last month, she said it was “meticulously designed” and “made to flatter the body”, with it looking “great on all shapes and sizes”. .”
She said the tops, skirts and ao dai in the fixed ao dai collection are made from a “real tight shirt” that hugs “the body parts that we want to celebrate.”
Victoria said it stems from the origins of her eponymous fashion brand – which she launched in 2008 – because she wanted dresses to be “tight, sexy and fit.”
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