Victoria Beckham, the ex-Spice Girl and now fashion designer, is in Singapore to promote her fashion line. She participated in Singapore Fashion Week to showcase her new collection on Sunday.

Beckham recently showed off her incredible flexibility in an Instagram picture, as she posed with one leg extended vertically, while still wearing high heels. She was pictured in a tight jumpsuit and appeared to be texting while sitting on a sofa. “It's amazing what you can do in a jumpsuit! Excited to be in Singapore!!! #FightTheFrizz x vb #SGFW,” she captioned the picture.

The silk and cotton blend navy roll leg jumpsuit is from her own collection and it suited her perfectly. She also had a pair of sunglasses hanging from the neckline and a stylish black leather bag on the table, according to Hello.  

Another picture showed the fashion designer going through her looks and show order as she prepared to close the SFW with her Autumn Winter 2015 collection. It was a big event for the fashion icon, who joined other top designers, including Diane von Furstenberg and Thakoon, in the fashion week. The 41-year-old wife of former soccer star David Beckham shared a picture of her getting involved in every little detail ahead of the show.

The picture shows the mother of four dusting the catwalk ahead of the event. Wearing a midi-length dress and some killer heels, the cheeky star captioned her photo: “Last minute preparations ... who said I was too Posh to push???? x vb #SGFW #VBTour.” After the show, the designer came on stage in an elegant black dress and black towering heels with a bunch of flowers in her hand.

Meanwhile, Victoria announced the merger of Victoria Beckham Denim line into the Victoria, Victoria Beckham collection. The merger will see the label target the casual market. The second line is known for its vibrant palette and youthful prints. Speaking to Vogue from Singapore, the former Spice Girl said that she was very proud of the sense of fun and inclusiveness that they created with their sister brand. 

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