Victoria Beckham has announced she will be opening her first fashion store later this year. It will be on Dover Street in central London:
She said: "It will be the first time that the people will really be able to see the brand through my eyes."
The gold and diamond tiara Victoria Beckham wore on her wedding day has failed to sell at auction.
The coronet-style headpiece had been expected to fetch between £18,000 and £25,000 at the Bonhams sale in central London today.
However, the "fairytale" piece failed to reach the undisclosed reserve price, with the highest bid being £14,000.
The then-Victoria Adams commissioned Irish jewellery designer Slim Barrett to make the tiara for her 1999 wedding to footballer David Beckham.
Victoria Beckham said she had "so much fun" guest editing Vogue Paris' Christmas issue and gave her Twitter followers a sneak peek at the two front covers.
Vogue says the issue "transports readers straight into the world of Victoria Beckham" with the help of an interview, anecdotes, family photos and even some drawings by her children.
The front covers both feature Victoria and David Beckham and were shot by photographers Inez and Vinoodh.
Vogue Paris described the Spice Girl-turned-designer as "a fashion superstar on the New York scene", adding, "She's built a global business empire, never failing to build on her success wherever life has taken her".
Items donated by the Beckhams for the charity auction in Chelsea are being sold on ebay. A pair of Victoria Beckham's D&G shoes had a starting bid of 99p.
Dozens of people queued to get their hands on clothing and shoes donated by Victoria and David Beckham at the British Red Cross in Chelsea.Read the full story ›
Clothes donated by David and Victoria Beckham have gone on sale at a charity shop in southwest London, including a wall filled with designer shoes.
Collection includes shoes by Jimmy Choo and suits by Dolce and Gabbana alongside tops, suits, trainers and dresses.Read the full story ›
Victoria Beckham has packed the last of 20 boxes for the charity shop in Chelsea, which included a big clear out of her shoe collection.
David and I are supporting the Red Cross Shop Drop for the Philippines campaign and we urge everyone in Britain to do the same.
Everyone has something in their closet they were holding onto, a dress, suit, or pair of shoes they thought they might wear again.
Dig them out, bag them up, drop them off and give someone else the chance to buy them, raising much needed funds for the Red Cross aid effort.