Victoria Beckham joins Donatella Versace to judge the Woolmark Prize

Victoria Beckham joined Donatella Versace and Diane Von Furstenberg in London to judge London Fashion Week's prestigious Woolmark Prize

by hellofashion.com /


Victoria Beckham joined top fashionistas including Donatella Versace and Diane Von Furstenberg on the judging panel for this year's Woolmark Prize. Less than a week after her flurry of success with her New York shows Victoria was in was back in the UK for London Fashion Week.

Wearing an outfit from her own Autumn / Winter 2013 collection, Victoria showed she had listened to her Twitter followers who had advised her outfit earlier in the day.

 

Victoria Beckham



The mum-of-four tweeted two dress options and two pairs of shoes, asking her fans "Happy Saturday fashion bunnies! What shall I wear for @Woolmark tonight? #woolmarkprizex vb"

Having chosen a chic shift skirt, detailed with calf-hair panels, a matching short-sleeved top and a pair of cobalt Manolo Blahnik heels, Victoria stepped out at the ME London hotel to judge the prestigious fashion prize.

Woolmark, which "crosses borders and cultures by seeking outstanding and emerging talent from around the world" offers a prize of around £67650. and the winner's collection to be stocked in important, high-end stores such as Harvey Nichols and Bergdorf Goodman.

Victoria tweeted her congratulations to the winner, Belgian designer Christian Wijnants, and added a picture of her herself with her fellow judges.

"Donatella,Diane,FrancaWhat a wonderful evening @LondonFashionWk Thank u @Woolmark, congratulations Christian Wijnants x"

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