Victoria Beckham recently showed off a picture of her monogrammed Nike trainers, and now the designer has tweeted a photo of her new Prada sandals, complete with her initials printed in gold on the sole.
The fashion favourite received the blue wedges from Prada as a special gift from the design house, and was excited to share them with her followers. "Thank u @Prada for my shoes!! How posh, they have my initials on!!! x vb."
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Victoria has often spoken of her admiration for Italian designer Miuccia, who heads up Prada and Miu Miu.
"I'm lost for words when I talk about her," she told Elle magazine. "Her collection is always so relevant, she does it every season.
"You can't wait to se it, not only what the clothes are like, but also what the hair is like, what the make-up is like, what the accessories are like. How many brands do that? She's another level. I'd love to see the world through her eyes."
Of course Victoria is making a name for herself in the fashion world in her own right. But this week, experts warned that her status as a global trend setter could be damaging to our health.
Women who carry large full bags in the crook of their elbow, like Victoria, could face torn muscles and inflamed shoulder tendons — a condition medical professionals have dubbed 'Poshitis'.
"Women may think that they are following a catwalk trend but they are storing up trouble," physiotherapist Sammy Margos told the Sunday Express.
"We have seen a huge increase in shoulder and neck problems and killer heels can add to the pressure on posture. We have seen handbags which weighed a huge one-and-a-half stone. It can cause repetitive strain injury and pain in the shoulder and neck."
Meanwhile, Victoria's husband David Beckham has revealed this week how being a father to a little girl has brought out his protective side.
"Absolutely not," he replied, when asked about how he would feel about his 22-month-old daughter Harper Beckham dating in the future. "She's not going out! She's going to be like Rapunzel — up in the tower," reports the Sun.
"To have a daughter is a whole different story," added the sports star, who also has three sons, Brooklyn, 14, Romeo, 10 and Cruz, eight, with Victoria. "I'm not saying I love my daughter more but the boys are independent."