It's been a busy month for Victoria Beckham. Not only did she debut her Spring 2010 ready-to-wear collection at New York Fashion Week, but also graced the cover (actually two covers) of ELLE magazine.
In Victoria Beckham's exclusive interview with ELLE, she weighs in on her transition to America, the difficulties of marriage to a professional athlete, and her own personal style. Among her interesting quotes:
On being perceived as a cold person:
"People think I'm a moody bitch. I do have my insecurities. Maybe that is why I look a little bit serious. The kind of person who's going to stand on the red carpet and love the attention and have the big grin-I'm just not like that. I want to get in there, do what I've got to do, and get home to my kids."
On her private family life:
"I don't do ‘at homes' with my family. I don't march my kids down red carpets. It's just not how we choose to do things."
On being separated from husband David Beckham for six months while he was playing soccer in Milan:
"I felt like someone had chopped my arm off, to be completely honest. Everything we do, we do together."
Accompanying the interview is gallery of photos by Tom Munro, in which the always glamorous Mrs. Beckham looks particularly dashing in a sleek grey flannel dress reminiscent of the 1950s. The strikingly simple silhouette of the dress is (coincidentally?) prominent in the Victoria Beckham Spring 2010 RTW collection