Victoria Beckham showed off her sultry side while promoting her very first fragrance collection, which hits shelves on September 29.
The fashion designer, 49, shows off her toned physique as she strikes a rather provocative pose in a vintage black convertible.
Sitting in the driver’s seat, Victoria has one leg propped up on the seat next to her, giving a glimpse of her enviably toned thighs, while one arm rests over the door.
Victoria wore a glamorous black dress as she accessorized with a pair of stylish sunglasses and threw her head back on the chair.
In another sizzling photo, Victoria donned a beautiful sheer dress as she posed by the beach.
Racy: Victoria Beckham showed off her sultry side while promoting her very first fragrance collection, which hits shelves on September 29
Incredibly, in another sizzling photo, Victoria donned a stunning sheer dress as she posed by the beach
The stunning design showed off her toned frame, while her damp hair fell effortlessly in natural waves around her shoulders.
In a photo used to announce the launch of the range, Victoria looked sensational in black lace lingerie.
Her brunette locks were pulled back into a neat bun, while a sharp black veil covered her face.
Former Spice Girl Victoria launched her self-titled fashion label in 2008 and began selling makeup products with Victoria Beckham Beauty in 2019.
The three new perfumes in the range all aim to provide a glimpse into some of Victoria’s most personal memories with David, 48, with the brand revealing to DailyMail.com that each fragrance ‘captures her own memories of experiences and atmospheres’ .
With each fragrance, Victoria posed for three individual images, each intended to bring to life the memories captured in the fragrance itself.
The three perfumes are all named after different places that played an integral role in her life with David; the first is Portofino ’97, named after the location of the very first vacation she took with her husband.
Portofino ’97 is inspired by her whirlwind romance with David, specifically the very first trip they took together shortly after their first meeting in 1997, two years before they tied the knot.
Gorgeous: Victoria wore a black silk mini dress before posing in the streets of the City of Light
Wow: In a photo used to announce the launch of the range, Victoria looked sensational in black lace lingerie
Next up is Suite 302 – which harks back to the Paris hotel room she and David have visited a number of times over the years.
For this photo, Victoria wore a black silk mini dress before posing on the streets of the City of Light, striking a stunning figure as she sat on a traffic barrier as the lights cast a veil-like shadow over her face.
The 50 milliliter perfume will retail for $207, while the 100 milliliter perfume will retail for $299.
To make the backless dress shine, the brand founder had her hair pulled back into a tight brad, with her long limbs lifted up to create a stunning silhouette.
The third and final photo complements the final scent of the trio: San Ysidro Drive.
This fragrance pays tribute to the Los Angeles street where Victoria and David’s California property is located – with the former singer momentarily embracing the cool and casual LA vibe.
“Based on the personal memories of Victoria Beckham, each fragrance distills the notes of a particular era in her own life and projects them into our collective memory,” said a statement from the brands about the scents.
‘Building on the designer’s evolving presence in pop culture over the past three decades, the fragrances capture her own memories of experiences and atmospheres, reflecting them in our shared associations with those moments in time.
Couple: She revealed the three perfumes were inspired by her romance with David (pictured in August 2023) and key moments in their lives
‘The euphoric Portofino ’97, with a thought-provoking name, recalls Victoria’s first romantic getaway with her husband, while the opulent Suite 302 evokes their whirlwind trips to Paris, and the revitalizing San Ysidro Drive the family’s time in California embodies.’
Victoria worked with master perfumer Jerome Epinette to create the scents, with the brand revealing that the pair used “the most forward-thinking sustainable methods and responsibly sourced ingredients” to bring the scents to life.
Meanwhile, the fragrance bottles were inspired by the ‘glamorous modernity of early and mid-twentieth century perfume design’, with the ‘fluted lids’ inspired by the design of antique jewellery.
‘Reminiscent of jewelery boxes, the perfumes are presented in pristine white boxes with inscriptions of the scents and memories from which they emerged.’