Victoria ajoute à son palmarès une prestigieuse couverture de magazine en plus. Et comme l'annonce la photo de la couverture et le titre " La Face Caché de Victoria Beckham " cette séance photo de ce célèbre magazine de modenous montre Posh comme nous l'avons jamais vu !
Voici quelques extraits du dossier consacré à Victoria avec quelques photos, le détail des tenues portées, et ci dessous un extrait de l'interview composée de questions de lecteurs via le web et facebook.
GLAMOUR: I've come with questions for you from Glamour readers. This one is from Alanna8 on glamour .com: If you were to find yourself with a free day, how would you spend it?
I travel a fair amount, and when I'm here in L.A., everything revolves around the kids. So if I'm not working, I go to the school and help serve lunches to the children. They just love that. It's like, Oh, there's Mummy serving me! The other day I was there, I was reading to Cruz's class. All the little girls were saying, “We really like your dress.” And it was quite cute because I don't have a girl.
What are the things in life that make you smile? That's from Vivian Sachs on Facebook.
My children and my husband make me smile. My work makes me smile. When I was in New York the day before the [last fashion] presentation...you're trying to fit the models, [do] the hair and the makeup, and the anxiety makes you almost sick, but I'm like a pig in mud! That makes me smile.
You say you are “incredibly ordinary” looking. That's a quote. And yet you put yourself out there in the incredible hair and makeup, the perfect outfits. Where does that come from?
I love fashion, and that's how I express myself.... I think about [what I'm going to wear] before I go to bed at night.... When I dress in a certain way and do my hair and makeup in a certain way, it's not to get attention. I'm not a supermodel. I make the best of what I've got. I work out to look the best that I can, but I'm no Gisele.
Let's talk about your work as a designer. Your dress collection is not inexpensive, and the world is in an economic crunch right now. Why are they selling so well?
I consider all of my pieces to be investment pieces. A dress shouldn't be worn for one season—you should be able to wear it year after year.
How about jeans? What makes a great pair?
I'm such a perfectionist; I've worked really hard [with my team] to get it right. It's got to be a great silhouette—long, slim legs. Really good design. I'm not saying that you've got to be a stick to wear them. You can be all different shapes and sizes.
Let's get back to the readers' questions. Tania Foster wrote in on Facebook to ask: What's it like being a former Spice Girl? Is it part of your life you look back on?
I'm so appreciative of all the girls. We're all still friends; I still send all of the Spice Babies birthday presents. I'm really respectful of my past, and I look back and I laugh. What we did was incredible. We sold 52 million albums!
Fifty-two million! And do you listen to your albums? What do you think of it all?
You cringe at the clothes. But, yeah, I do [listen]. The kids like to watch Spice World, and we sing along and watch Mummy be a pop star.
This one's from Asma Ali: Don't your back, knees and feet hurt from all of those heels you wear?
Absolutely they hurt. Absolutely! I'm not going to lie. But no pain, no gain, as they say. I don't mind. I will suffer. I don't wear heels every day, but when I'm out, that's how I feel confident.
These are from glamour.com reader Durini09: What do you think is the sexiest thing about a woman? And how do you always look so flawless?
I think the sexiest thing about a woman is confidence, but confidence in a humble way, not in an arrogant way. Sense of humor is definitely important. And sunglasses always hide a multitude of sins. Sunglasses and a great pair of heels can turn most outfits around.
Let's move on to a sexier subject: your husband. Reader Karen D. wants to know: “Is Victoria a jealous person? I love her husband with a passion.”
It's not healthy to be jealous. I look at David and I think, He's so handsome and I'm so lucky to have him as a husband. And he's an amazing father. I don't blame people for looking at him and finding him attractive. I mean, I do.
So you enjoy it a bit when people drool?
Well, I wouldn't say that I enjoy it. I understand it because I drool over him.
When you met him, did you think this guy would be an incredible father? Or was it a surprise to you?
When I first met him, it was after a soccer match, and all of the players [were in the] players' lounge. David was sitting in the corner with his [family]. From the moment I met him, I knew that he wasn't a bloke-y bloke.
You had some sense of that when you met him?
Yeah. I believe in love at first sight. I met my soulmate with David.
Tamiblue on glamour.com asks: “What were her first thoughts of David the first time that they went out? I know what mine would be.”
When I first went out with David, I was in the Spice Girls, and David wasn't so known. He told me when I got to know him a little better that he didn't know very much about me, so he bought tabloids. He read that I liked Prada. So he went out and bought Prada trousers, Prada shoes, a Prada shirt, Prada jacket.
That's so cute.
Yeah, and it was all navy blue and he looked very chic.
Patricia Diaz from Facebook wants to know: Do you ever eat?
I've had those questions for so many years; I'd probably be dead by now [if I didn't]. I'm a very, very healthy eater. I eat lots of fish, lots of vegetables, lots of fruit. I don't eat junk food. I work out. That's the only time I get upset by things written about me—when people write irresponsible things about my weight.... I appreciate that young girls look up to me. And I take that very seriously.
Are there any celebrities you look up to—who make you nervous?
Nervous in a good way. I [once] shared a plane with George Clooney. I still get excited. My mum and I said, “Oh my God” ... I'm leading an extraordinary life. I never try to be too cool about [it].