Victoria Beckham plans to put her ''foot on the gas'' with her label next year and continue to expand her eponymous brand.
Victoria Beckham plans to put her ''foot on the gas'' with her label next year.
The 43-year-old fashion designer has revealed she has no plans to slow down in 2018, and she has revealed she has brought in more business partners to help her to achieve the things she has ''always really dreamed'' of doing with her eponymous label, which will see her add ''new categories'', renovate the stores, and develop her beauty line as well.
Speaking to Vogue Online, the former Spice Girls band member - who was known as Posh Spice in the group - said: ''I have brought partners into my business because up until about three weeks ago, the business was owned by myself, my husband and our business partner Simon Fuller. What we have done is going to enable to me to do a lot of things that I have always really dreamed of doing and I can really put my foot on the gas: new categories, more shop space. Really expanding on the beauty category, for example. Bigger collections and also trying to change things up a little bit.''
And the mogul has revealed she has ''always'' lived by the motto to ''dream big'', and she is optimistic about what the future will hold as next year will mark her namesake brand's 10-year anniversary.
She explained: ''I like to be quite entrepreneurial about the way that I run this brand and think outside of the box and come up with new innovative, creative ideas. That excites me. There's just so much I want to do. I always say it's great to dream big and I genuinely mean that. So, who knows what will happen? And it's my 10-year anniversary!
''I can't believe that it's been 10 years in September. I mean it has gone so quickly and I really have accomplished a lot with my honestly incredible team. They have given me so much and a lot of my team has been with me since the very beginning and we really have built something very special together. So, we're excited to be celebrating that.''
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