Last week Victoria Beckham announced she's setting up shop in London's Dover Street in Autumn 2014. This week she's the cover star of Vanity Fair Italy and Spain.
The 39 year-old Brit fashion designer talks to the magazine about her Posh days in the greatest girl band of the Nineties and how there will be no reunion. Read: Scary, Baby, Ginger, Posh and Sporty will never happen again.
Victoria tells Ingrid Sischy: "I will not ever again. Singing the Olympics has been an incredible honour. I was proud to have done so. That was the perfect time to say: great, thanks to all, but enough. Sometimes you have to understand when it is time to leave the party. "
Victoria confirms that her future is fashion. With her eponymous label storming the industry (she also talks about being presented with the BAMBI award by Karl Lagerfeld last year), that's how she'd doing her bit for women:
"The Spice Girls were successful because they were celebrating women, which is basically what I do today. "
Victoria fronts the magazine's February issue in a fabulous black onepiece complete with cut-out detailing. Bronzed and completely beautiful.
The full interview is in the February issue of Vanity Fair on newsstands from Wednesday 22 January.