Victoria Beckham dazzles as she wins top fashion award

Victoria Beckham's fashion empire is going from strength to strength. With worldwide acclaim and some of the biggest stars rocking her designs, the fashion designer secured another achievement when she scooped the Luxury Brand of the Year award at the Walpole British Luxury Awards 2015 on Monday night.

The star dazzled in a gold sparkly dress from her own line as she accepted the award. The dress finished at the ankle and had a drop waist effect courtesy of a low-slung belt.



The fashion designer rocked a shimmering gold dress from her own line

Victoria fought off tough competition from some of Britain's top brands to win the award, including Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Roksanda.

The former Spice Girl was clearly delighted with her accolade. "Thank you @walpole_uk. Such an honour to be named British Luxury Brand of the Year x vb," she wrote on Instagram alongside a snap of herself accepting the prize.


Victoria was delighted to have been honoured with the prize

It's shaping up to be another great year for Victoria, who was recently nominated for this year's prestigious Womenswear Designer of the Year at the British Fashion Awards.

The designer has twice previously won the Brand of the Year award – in 2011 and 2014 – but this is the first time that she has received a nomination in the leading category.

It's a huge accolade for the star; the British Fashion Awards are frequently dubbed the Oscars of the fashion world – and the Womenswear Designer of the Year award is the most sought-after of the event.

Victoria is up against Scottish designer Christopher Kane and JW Anderson, a trailblazer in gender neutral fashion, who subsequently has also been named as a nominee in the Menswear Designer category.

Should Victoria win the trophy at the event on 23 November, she will join an impressive roster of winners including Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Sarah Burton, Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano.

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