Victoria Beckham Set to Add Her Posh Touch To Range Rovers

07/01/2010 at 06:05 PM ET

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She designs everything from dresses and jeans to shades, and now, Victoria Beckham is trying her hand at one more luxury item: Range Rovers! Clad in a shimmering tan asymmetric drape neck dress from her own collection and Brian Atwood for Victoria Beckham pumps, the designer was appointed Range Rover’s new Creative Design Executive at the 40th Anniversary party for the brand in London Thursday night. “This is a very exciting collaboration,” the former Spice Girl said at the event. “The classic British heritage of Range Rover and the effortless style, quality and beauty is something I truly admire and also what I hope to achieve with my own brand. I am honored to take on this role and be part of the creative team.” And Range Rover is more than happy to be adding such a fashionable element to their team. Gerry McGovern, Land Rover and Range Rover Design Director, confirms: “Victoria understands luxury products– she is a Range Rover fan and has been a Range Rover owner for many years. I believe this appointment adds a new dimension to my design team as we continue to design products to appeal to a wider audience.” Victoria will be collaborating on future special edition Range Rover design projects, starting with a Special Edition Range Rover Evoque. We can’t wait to see what Victoria will bring to the world of moving vehicles. Tell us: What do you think of Victoria’s new role?Andrea DeSimone

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Laura on

Wow! I think it’s great! I’m a Victoria fan, and I know she’ll do a great job! Nice going!

Charlotte on

omg. i’m so jealous. my dream is to be a design executive for a luxury car company and she just gets it handed to her. what does she know about cars??

menal on

I like my Range Rover the way it is I dont want a new design coming out anytime soon besides what is she goona do decide what color the leather should be? How ridiculous is that!

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Delilah on

I am SO sick of people that say, “She needs to eat something.” every time they see a skinny woman. Some people cannot gain weight even if they eat a lot. Everyone’s metabolism is different. And sometimes, stress makes people lose weight. Enough with the weight talk already.

Jon on

I think Victoria’s new role is great, I wish her the bet with it! Also, a happy belated 40th Anniversary goes out to The Company she’s designing for!

Emily on

response to JG – what does her weight have to do with anything? just asking why one would make a comment about her weight on a car-themed article??

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jennie on

How absolutely ridiculous – if my next RR has any touch by “posh”, I will not be buying.
Get a grip, please – appoint professional creative designers and stop insulting our intelligence.

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