David and Victoria Beckham are the ultimate power couple at the British Fashion Awards

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All eyes were on fashion power couple David and Victoria Beckham as they arrived for the British Fashion Awards on Monday night at the London Coliseum. It is the second night out in row that the couple have enjoyed this week, having also stepped out Sunday night for the Theatre Awards.

Victoria, 40, wowed in a statement black and white skirt with a chain belted detail from her eponymous line, surprising fans as she is renowned for her love of all-black ensembles for red carpet events.

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Victoria and David Beckham wowed on the red carpet at the British Fashion Awards


It's not the first time that Victoria has modelled a piece from her latest collection, as the skirt is a slightly different version of the black pleated skirt she wore at the launch of her collection at Selfridges in Manchester.

The mother-of-four teamed the skirt with a chic black short-sleeved top for an ultimate laidback chic look, which featured backless detail for a touch of extra high fashion.

When it came to her beauty look, Victoria opted to wear her long brunette locks in a chic updo, with a few strands left loose for a casual yet glamorous style.

The designer finished off her high fashion ensemble by opting for a dramatic smokey eye, and kept her accessories minimal save for a statement ring.

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The couple stayed by each other's sides at the glitzy event


The couple were later spotted mingling with some of fashion's elite, including iconic editor Anna Wintour, at the star-studded event. They looked loved-up throughout the evening, and Victoria was spotted giving David a hug.

Meanwhile, footballing star David looked handsome in an all-black suit, as well as wearing a red ribbon, a nod to raise awareness for World Aids Day. Victoria has also worked to raise money for the charitable cause, having designed a chic, limited edition t-shirt for World AIDS Day.

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