Victoria Beckham said that "what you can achieve is unlimited" as she reflected on her "nervous and serious" career in…
Victoria Beckham said that “what you can achieve is unlimited” as she reflected on her “nervous and serious” career in fashion.
The pop star designer honored the fashion icon gong at E! People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday, which saw performances by Nicki Minaj and Rita Ora.
The former Spice Girl – who will not join the band on his recently announced British tour – featured the award by model Amber Valetta
Victoria Beckham has talked about her career in fashion, 44, for the first time sent her ” admiration “to the emergency service that did” an incredible job “that violates the wilderness that destroyed her” other home “in Los Angeles.
On her fashion career and marking a decade of her eponymous clothing brand, she said: “10 years ago I began to start with the most exciting, nervous and unnecessary vision and having what is recognized here tonight is just incredible.”
“I’ve always said to myself: dream big and dream even bigger. I wanted to show if I can do it then everyone can really do it. What you can achieve can truly be unlimited.”
In a nick to Spice Girls beat Wannabe to Beckham: “If you really want it.”
Victoria Beckham found fame with Spice Girls but will not be Beckham, who celebrated his 19th anniversary with the man David earlier this year, also celebrated some women “out there that has ever doubted or not.” doubted themselves. ”
Earlier, she said that her fashion brand was inspired by her time in Spice Girls.
She said,” It’s always about empowering women so women feel the best, most beautiful and strongest version of herself.
“With Spice Girls, it started like girl power. And now it’s about empowering women through fashion.”
Beckham added: “I’m so honored that I get the first ever fashion icon award for the E! People’s Choice Awards “This year I celebrate 10 years of my brand and this is a wonderful way to mark that decade.”
Also honored by the People’s Choice Awards voted in November for the first time instead of their usual place at the beginning of the year – was keeping up with the Kardashians, who got the name of the best reality TV show.
Accepts the prize Kim Kardashian West stood next to her mother Kris Jenner and the sisters Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner who urged people to
Her native California is currently dealing with deadly wild fires raging north and south while a gunman shot and killed 12 people in a bar in Thousand Oaks on Wednesday.
Kardashian West said: “Action is necessary. So all we can do to help, as easy as donating to the many organizations collecting goods, is no form by little help. Our country is stronger when we get together and we can not face destruction alone.
“We must continue to reach out and help each other during these trial times. So thank you very much to all the people who have voted for us. This is such an honor and we would like to devote this victory to all firefighters, law enforcement and the first respondents.
“We really appreciate what you have done for all of us, so please continue to pray for everyone’s safety.”
Kardashian West, 38, carried an eye-catching outfit at the moment, angled the head in a patterned nude and black translucent dress with white boots.
US actress Melissa McCarthy won the People’s Icon of 2018 while Bryan Stevenson won the People’s Champion Award.
A lawyer Stevenson was introduced by John Legend, who commended his work “challenging racial discrimination in the criminal justice system”.
Minaj took home both the woman’s year’s artist and the year’s album for her record Queen. In the latter category she won rival Cardi B at the prize.
Walking Dead and Avengers: Infinity War star Danai Gurira took home the award for the action movie star.
She said, “To the people thank you for confirming that women and girls, when they get the chance to hang out with the boys, can hang out with the best of them.”
Taylor Swift won this year’s concert tour for his Mammoth poll while Avengers : Infinity War was named
Chadwick Boseman, who appeared in Black Panther, won male star.
– Press Association