Victoria Beckham is a tangerine dream in New York

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Victoria Beckham was the epitome of summer chic as she stepped out in New York.

The fashion designer was sporting a tangerine-hued from her own line, Victoria by Victoria Beckham.




She paired the bright creation with matching suede heels and her signature oversized sunglasses.

The previous day, Victoria was spotted out and about in the Big Apple wearing another of her designs — a floral shift dress.

The 50s-inspired frock featured a cinched-in waist, an asymmetrical high neckline and a thigh-high split to show off her toned pins.



Victoria Beckham looked summery as she stepped out in her 50s-inspired frock

Victoria teamed the floaty number with matching burgundy accessories including a thin, double-wrapped belt, patent court shoes and a thin clutch.

A chic ponytail and a pair of wayfarer sunglasses completed the look.

Victoria was sporting the skirt version of the dress when she arrived at JFK the previous day. She teamed the creation with a pinstriped shirt.


Victoria posed with Natalie Massenet and Erdem at the Net-A-Porter party

The former Spice Girl was in New York to attend a dinner with Net-A-Porter to talk about her collection.

"Looking forward to my dinner with @netaporter on Monday in NY for #VVBAW14! X vb," she tweeted ahead of the event.

For the occasion, Victoria went for a pared-back look in a spaghetti strap, form-fitting black dress. She posed with Net-A-Porter founder Natalie Massenet and designer Erdem Moralioglu at the event.


Fashionista Olivia Palermo was also at the event

While she was at the dinner, her husband David's Amazonian adventure was being aired on BBC One in the UK.

"I have heard so much about this trip! Can't wait to watch… #BeckhamUnknown tonight on @BBCOne x vb," she tweeted.

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