I have to admit I've always been a posh fan! I grew up with spice and part of my feminism clearly comes from the girl power she advocated to a generation that only liked boy bands, but which out of nowhere saw these london heroines as a hymn to diversity.
posh symbolised a series of fashion risks that I've always identified with. to reach a moment of certainty when we know exactly what we want to wear, we almost always go through many moments of testing, of great risks, until we really manage to define a super refined opinion.
victoria beckham achieved this and became even more posh and even more phenomenal!
in a world where someone is always trying to impress, you realise that posh doesn't need to impress anyone and is there to be herself, whether it's to have a wonderful family, support a clothing brand parading in paris, create a cosmetics line or go for a facial. the freedom she represents is truly inspiring.
so here are a few inspiring images and, as we love vintage looks, easy to recreate...
victoria beckham and david beckham
easy looks to recreate
li furtado is the founder and creative director of CINCO. born in '82 in alentejo, portugal she graduated in geography from the university of coimbra. after working for 10 years as a consultant, she quit her job to follow her dream and love for fashion. with a creative and restless mind, she is driven by new ideas and her focus is to always have time to enjoy life with her family.
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