Celebrities Front Row at Victoria Beckham 2024 Fashion Show 

With Paris Fashion Week quickly approaching, it wasn't the right time for a break. But when Victoria Beckham injured her foot two weeks before the show, that didn't stop her from taking the collection and herself to the runway.

She bowed on crutches and went out to kiss her husband David and her family, who were sitting in the front row.

“I did it all,” her husband David joked when congratulated on the program. But he was joking and gave all the credit to his wife.

Finishing before the show was a challenge for her, but she completed it with aplomb, she said.

“She's good. It's been a nightmare for her. It hurts but she's okay. She's strong. [The collection] It is out, and that is the most important thing,” he said.

Before the show, David walked around the room at L'hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, personally greeting and hugging almost every guest in a front row packed with close friends.

The family stood by Victoria, with David, daughter Harper, sons Cruz and Brooklyn, along with Brooklyn's wife Nicola Peltz, front and center.

Valentino creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli sat down with the Beckham family and complimented Cruz on his suit and red tie. “It's different, but I kind of like it,” Cruz said of trying out a new look, complete with '70s-style glasses.

Shanina Shaik opened up about her recently launched beauty line, Sala, which started small with just one mascara. But she has big plans. The Australian model intends to expand the line with products for skin care and well-being.

“My job is to always feel and look my best and part of that is taking care of my skin and taking care of myself, so I really love that for myself, but the most important thing is that I also help others,” she said.

The process of determining what the brand would be took a long time, Shaik said. He created mood boards for years before launching.

With one product available, you intend to make more.

“More skin care, maybe move towards that instead of doing so much makeup,” she said, citing Korean beauty routines.

“I think Korean skin care and beauty is the future. They have a very natural approach but then they have that scientific approach of not using as many ingredients. Our products must be very simple.”

Brand Victoria Beckham, which launched the skincare in 2019, gave guests its cleanser as a parting gift.

The brand then did a second test with a different guest list and more buyers, during which PETA protesters disrupted the show.

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