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Victoria Beckham is back to business after Met Gala
After making a glamorous appearance at the Met Gala with her husband David, Victoria Beckham was back to business the very next day.
The fashion designer was spotted leaving her hotel in New York on Tuesday and heading to various meetings in the Big Apple.
The former Spice Girl showed no signs of tiredness as she exited The Mark Hotel, showing off her slim physique in a grey skinny jeans and a long green jumper with multicoloured panels.
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She topped off the look with her trademark aviator sunglasses and black ankle boots. The day before, ahead of the Met Gala, Victoria had stepped out in the city wearing a black midi-dress with a gold chain detail.
Victoria and David made quite the stylish power couple as they stepped out together for the Costume Institute gala on Monday night.
Evoking memories of years gone when the duo stepped out in matching his and hers outfits, Victoria and David rocked the red carpet for this year's "White Tie and Decorations" theme of the fashionable charity event.
Victoria looked sensational in a white strapless column dress by her eponymous label, Victoria Beckham. She completed her glam look with a pair of Casadei blade heels, diamond drop earrings and a matching bracelet and ring.
Her husband David, 39, looked dashing as ever in a suit jacket in the same hue which he teamed with black trousers and a matching bow-tie – turning the evening's theme on its head.
The pair worked the red carpet as they effortlessly made their way to the Metropolitan Museum Of Art, holding hands and posing for the cameras as they went.
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