From what she eats for lunch to a glimpse at the gorgeous new collection, Victoria's been sharing all...
Victoria Beckham behind-the-scenes has to be one of our favourite things EVER.
The designer may be known for her professional poise and grace when she’s in front of the cameras, but on social media, she has ALL the fun.
And last night was no different when VB gave us all a sneak peek at her and her design team hard at work creating the upcoming AW17 Victoria Beckham collection.
Kicking off by sharing a snap of a model with a shoe bag on her head, VB captioned the snap: ‘It’s very modern! Thank u @thewrightjay Pre AW17 kisses from NYC VB X’. (Safety first, VB!)
Switching to Snapchat, the former Spice Girl then gave fans a studio tour during lunchtime, and dispelled the myth that models don’t eat by snapping a huge array of delicious looking platters…
Although fans couldn’t help but notice that Posh stuck to her notoriously regimented diet by showing herself eating a bowl of salad leaves. Oh, VB!
Next up, the mum-of-four shared pics of her gorgeous new designs, with one Instagram pic showing VB matching her model in a beaut silk navy and white striped skirt and top, and another showing one of her models clad in nothing but a pale pink pleated midi skirt.
However, this last snap stirred up a bit of controversy, as many fans on Instagram once again came down on Victoria for using models that appear ‘unhealthy’.
‘That’s a scary picture…. not a good advertisement. She needs some food and sunshine. Please use more normal looking models. We are not all skin and bone @victoriabeckham’, one wrote.
‘Disgraceful example to set young women – vb you should be ashamed of yourself if you think this is acceptable I feel sorry for your daughter’, another slammed.
It’s not the first time VB has been criticised for using ‘too thin’ models, but the designer was reported to have banned super thin models from her show back in 2010.
At the time, a statement was released which read: ‘Her forthcoming Spring 2011 collection showcase is a massive deal and a real honour. She was determined to use healthy looking models though, and insisted no one was smaller than a size four to six.’