Victoria Beckham has been shortlisted for the Womenswear Designer gong at this year's British Fashion Awards, which will be held on November 23.
Victoria Beckham has been nominated for the Womenswear Designer prize at the British Fashion Awards 2015.
The former Spice Girls singer is up for the prestigious accolade, presented by the British Fashion Council, which has previously been handed to elite designers such as John Galliano and Alexander McQueen.
The 41-year-old fashion designer - who has won the event's Brand award twice in 2011 and 2014 - was picked by 800 panellists who are key leaders in the industry.
Victoria - who is married to Victoria Beckham - will have stiff competition from rival designers Christopher Kane and J.W. Anderson.
Other nominees include Tom Ford who is up for both the Menswear Designer and Red Carpet gong and battling out for the Brand prize are labels Alexander McQueen, Anya Hindmarch, Burberry and
The winners will be announced at a star-studded ceremony held at the London Coliseum on November 23.
British Fashion Awards 2015 full list of nominees:
Emerging Womenswear Designer:
Emerging Menswear Designer:
Grace Wales Bonner
Emerging Accessory Designer:
New Establishment Designer:
Georgia May Jagger
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