Anti-fur activists protest outside Victoria Beckham's tenth anniversary show despite their brand name NEVER using animal skins
- The activists carried signs and megaphones to protest the use of skins outside the Mayfair headquarters in London.
- The singer turned into a designer confirmed that her seal will continue free of skins in the historic presentation
- Security at the event stopped the activists from interrupting her at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Claire Anderson for Mailonline
Anti-fur activists protested in front of Victoria Beckham's anniversary show venue today, even though her brand never wears skins.
After the historic presentation, Victoria confirmed that her label will continue without hairs.
The singer-turned-designer kissed her long-term love cheek while triumphing on the catwalk after displaying her SS19 collection to the fashion elite in London rather than New York.
It recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of its homonymous label.
The 44-year-old was filled with excitement after making her debut at London Fashion Week at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Mayfair.
There to support her were her husband David, 43, and children; Brooklyn, 19, Romeo, 16, Cruz, 13 and Harper, seven.
Anti-fur activists protested in front of Victoria Beckham's anniversary show venue today, even though her brand never used it
The activists against the coat carried signs with one that said "it chooses the compassion in the fashion" and "the fur is dead"
Security was on the scene during the commotions of activists accusing Victoria Beckham of using real skins
The demonstrators of the London Fashion Week that attended the show were arrested by the demonstrators
Emotional: Victoria Beckham, 44, was filled with emotion after making her debut at London Fashion Week at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Mayfair on Sunday.
Ready track: the designer was supported by her husband David, 43, and children; Brooklyn, 19, Romeo, 16, Cruz, 13 and Harper, seven, at the fair
Friend of the family: the friend of the family Tana Ramsay attended the emblematic show