After a whirlwind week in New York, the designer looked slightly worse for wear at the photocall in the city
After a whirlwind week in New York,Victoria Beckham stepped out at one final event yesterday, joining a handful of famous fashion faces at the launch of Britain's Great Campaign.
But instead of stepping out as her usually sprightly self, we couldn't help feeling the star designer looked a little worse for wear.
Victoria struck a pose alongside American Vogue editor Anna Wintour, famous fashion face Hamish Bowles and Tamara Mellon - among others - at the launch event in the city's Grand Central Station.
And of course Mrs B was her usual stylish self in a slinky black dress from her own collection.
But unfortunately, we're not sure we're quite so enthralled by her latest beauty look.
Instead of her usual subtle grey smokey eye, Victoria tried out a pale bronze shadow and nude glossy lip for the occasion.
Now we're not sure if it was the make-up or her hectic week, but all in all, the star designer looked very, very tired.
She's the toast of the fashion world, with a roaring reception to her latest collections, we definitely think this lady deserves a well-earned break...
What are your thoughts on Victoria's latest beauty look? Love or hate? Let us know in the comments box below.
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