Victoria Beckham's first flagship London store opened its doors on Thursday - and the designer finally made it back from New York on Saturday to check out the fruits of her labour. And, boy, did she do it in style.
The designer rocked up to the Dover Street store looking incredible in a black on-trend turtleneck sweater tucked into a leopard-print ponyskin pencil skirt by Balmain that cost an eye-watering £4,238. Ouch.
She paired the chic skirt with simple black stilettos and wore her locks long and straight. The skirt also featured a fabulous exposed zip running down the back.
VB's new boutique store opened on Thursday with husband David attending the launch on her behalf.
Victoria was across the pond in New York busy being made a UNAIDS International Goodwill Ambassador.
She was presented with a UNAIDS international goodwill ambassador certificate during the press conference on the sideline of the 69th Session of the UN General Assembly at the United Nations in New York.
"I am proud and honoured to be working with UNAIDS in this new role to help to raise resources and awareness to support and empower women and children affected by HIV."
But, back to the store. It's modern, sleek and minimal, and was designed by renowned architect Farshid Moussavi. There's even artwork by Damien Hirst in the VIP shopping area. Fancy.
The best bit though? "I'll be behind the till, David will be on the door, with Brooklyn working as a Saturday boy," Beckham told Grazia backstage at her Spring/Summer 2015 New York Fashion Week show.
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