Victoria Beckham says her designs flatter every figure and claims women don't have to be skinny to wear her clothes.
Victoria Beckham insists curvy women can wear her clothes.
The designer wants to appeal to a broad range of clients and claims her ready-to-wear line - which is filled with looser, more casual silhouettes in her latest Spring/Summer 2014 collection - flatters all figures, suiting everyone from voluptuous chat show legend Oprah Winfrey to super slim women like herself.
She told France's Grazia magazine: ''A lot of women think they have to be slim to wear my clothes, which isn't at all the case. I've dressed Oprah Winfrey, for instance. It's not because I have a certain body shape that I expect my clients to be the same.''
The Spice Girl singer, formerly known as Posh Spice, added that Oprah's womanly figure looked ''magnificent'' in one of her more body-con dresses.
Victoria explained: ''I'm conscious of making women look their best.''
The star - who debuted her own eponymous collection in 2008 at New York Fashion Week - is thrilled her popularity as a designer keeps growing and maintains her primary concern is the quality and reputation of her brand rather than her status.
The mother-of-four explained: ''I never wanted to say: my name is Beckham, and I'm going to put on a show! That's not what's important to me, the end product is.''
Victoria also confessed she is a bit of a control freak when it comes to her fashion label, laughing: ''I supervise everything!''
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