VICTORIA Beckham has raided her wardrobe and modelled some of her most iconic looks for Vogue.
The 42 year old appears in the high fashion publication to mark a decade since she first graced its pages, The Sun reports.
Alongside Vogue’s editor-in-chief Edward Enniful, Victoria decided which famous looks to bring out of her closest — including her incredible Vivienne Westwood wedding dress.
The PVC catsuit she wore over two decades ago in the video for the Spice Girls hit Say You’ll Be There was also retrieved for the photoshoot.
Last year, Victoria insisted she’d never wear the PVC outfit again but it seems she couldn’t resist when she was asked which outfits meant the most to her.
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Although the fitted black outfit isn’t Victoria’s first choice of outfit, it is the look that saw her husband David fall madly in love with her.
He previously admitted he knew Victoria was going to be his wife after watching the clip.
David added: “She’s my idea of perfection. I knew that if she wanted me, we would be together forever.”
In a video posted by Vogue, Victoria also reveals her famous little black dress which she wore a number of times throughout her time in the band.
Making the iconic V sign, Victoria channelled her old persona “Posh” to perfection.
In honour of the brand’s 10th anniversary, British Vogue shoots style icon, @VictoriaBeckham. VB tells @Edward_Enninful what she wants, what she really, really wants… ✌️Written and directed by @IsaacjLock pic.twitter.com/IJyzWkGkVz— British Vogue (@BritishVogue)
She also pokes fun at herself in the clip and says: “We’re shooting a cover story celebrating the rich and inspiring history of one of the most enduring style icons of all time.
“Me, Victoria Beckham.
“This is where two fashion forces join to make something quite incredible. This really is where … two become one.”
Vogue’s tongue-in-cheek video then reveals Victoria saying she likes everything to be “super simple” — as a number of assistants lug mannequins, all of which are dressed in her clothes, behind her.
As well as the catsuit and her wedding gown, Victoria also models an incredibly sequined dress which she wore in the final Spice Girls concert in 2007.
As Vogue posted the video online, Victoria shared it on her Instagram account.
She told her fans: “’To celebrate ten years behind the scenes of my first shoot with @britishvogue — where I tell @edward_enninful what I want, what I really really want. x VB #VBsince08.”
This story has been reproduced from The Sun with permission.