The designer's namesake label is celebrating its 10th anniversary this season and to commemorate the milestone, Victoria Beckham is back on home turf.
In case you weren’t aware, the Beckhams are a family who love tattoos.It’s a trend that started with dad, David, who has in excess of 40 of them. By and large, the ex-footballers inkings all have special meanings, whether its a tribute to his ‘pretty lady’ Harper Beckham, a symbolic three cherubs (that’s his sons) helping him up, or a nod to what was a ‘good year’ for him: 1999. David’s love for body art is clearly something that has been passed down to his son, Brooklyn, who got his first tat at age 18. Since, the budding photographer has racked up his total to 21 in just a year, often using his dad’s favourite tattoo artist, Mark Mahoney.Even family matriarch, Victoria, has a few tattoos of her own, mainly dating back to the noughties. Among her inkings include (now removed) Hebrew writing down her back, Roman numerals on her wrist and her husband’s initials. As far as we’re aware, the youngest of the family – Romeo, 16, Cruz, 13, and Harper, 7 – remain tattoo-free (as you’d hope), but we give it just a couple of years until Romeo books in an appointment with Mr Mahoney. We break down the Beckham family’s love affair with body art…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Victoria Beckham covers British Vogue with her four children – but David is noticeably absentBrand Beckham: The iconic British family’s fashion shoots in photosVictoria and David Beckham’s style transformation: The fashion highs and lows of Britain’s most iconic couple
The Beckhams are often fondly referred to as ‘Britain’s second royal family‘.The five-strong team have all the attributes of showbiz royalty: a footballing pro and pop star-turned-fashion icon husband-wife duo, and four talented children sure to make up the next generation of super-celebs.But not only are the Beckhams known for their down-to-earth family sentiments, but their impact on the fashion world.Dating back to the noughties, Victoria and David have been fronting numerous fashion campaigns and covers, from the couple’s raunchy W magazine shoot in 2007 to their iconic underwear campaign for Emporio Armani in 2009.In the days since, Victoria has graced countless Vogue covers, coinciding with the meteoric rise of her eponymous fashion label, while David has acted as ambassador and model for innumerable brands such as H&M, Belstaff and Tudor.But the fashion genes didn’t stop with the parents.In 2014, Brooklyn Beckham made his modelling debut on the cover of Man About Town magazine and his since gone on to cover Miss Vogue and pose in campaigns for the likes of Reserved. Also an aspiring photographer, Brooklyn made his debut shooting the Burberry campaign, no less.The second eldest, Romeo Beckham, has modelled numerous campaigns for Burberry, while Cruz and Harper recently made their magazine debuts, joining their parents and siblings on the cover of British Vogue.Here, we browse the Beckhams’ most iconic photoshoots…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Victoria Beckham covers British Vogue with her four children – but David is noticeably absentVictoria and David Beckham’s style transformation: The fashion highs and lows of Britain’s most iconic coupleThe dress Victoria Beckham wore to the royal wedding is now available to buy
Victoria Beckham and her children star on the cover of British Vogue‘s October issue, to mark 10 years of the designer’s eponymous fashion label. Victoria, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, Harper (and dog, Olive) Beckham, are British Vogue’s October cover stars, dressed in @dior. Vogue captures the family all together for the very first time in a series of magazine images.