Victoria Beckham shows off edgy side in black lace dress

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It may have been raining and windy in New York on Tuesday, but Victoria Beckham didn't have a hair out of place as she headed to Soho. The 41-year-old designer could have stepped straight off the catwalk as she showed off her petite frame in a black lace dress from her Spring/Summer 2016 collection, with a semi-sheer skirt giving fans a glimpse of her toned legs.

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Victoria Beckham braved the New York weather a second time this week

Wearing her hair in a chic half updo with a middle parting, Victoria was the epitome of daytime glamour as she rocked smokey eye make-up. She completed the look with a pair of her trademark black stilettos, and chunky bracelets by Sophia Vari from the Louisa Guinness Gallery.

It's not the first time this week that the former Spice Girl has turned to the jeweller for her statement accessories. Monday night saw the star choosing several oversized gold necklaces from the brand to complement her striking look she arrived for the CFDA awards.

Staying true to her signature style, Victoria dressed to impress in a sleek black floor-length gown from her own collection, which featured a loose bodice and plunging neckline. Her glossy brunette locks were worn swept back into a loose, low ponytail full of volume.

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The former Spice Girl wowed at the 2015 CFDA awards

The mother-of-four has made quite the impression over the last few days in the Big Apple. She had barely touched down at JFK airport on Sunday when she was already topping best-dressed lists around the globe, wearing red-and-white tapered trousers with a matching longline jacket over a white lace top, finishing her ensemble with a pair of black court shoes.

It has no doubt been a hectic few weeks for the style icon, who recently announced that she is merging two of her brands together – combining her Victoria Beckham Denim line with her Victoria, Victoria Beckham collection.

"I am very proud of the sense of fun and inclusiveness we've created with our sister brand since we launched," Victoria told WWD. "It's now time to take the VVB girls on further adventures – beyond the parties and cocktails and into the workplace and the everyday.