The front row at Victoria Beckham’s spring/summer 2020 show was jam-packed with celebrities, from David Beckham to Helen Mirren and Billy Porter.
However, it was Victoria’s 8-year-old daughter, Harper Beckham, who stole the show.
The youngest of the Beckham brood attended the show along with her brothers Cruz, Romeo and Brooklyn – and looked every inch a fashionista in a floral long-sleeved dress with frill detail, small gold stud earrings and metallic pumps.
The dress seemed to be a custom Victoria Beckham creation, as the 45-year-old designer posted an Instagram story that showed Harper’s ensemble having a few alterations backstage.
Read more at Yahoo! Lifestyle.
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“It is impossible for me to describe what this feels like right now,” Brandi Carlile said, addressing the crowd for the first time, three songs into her sold-out show at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night.
Then the singer, performing what might have been the largest, or at least the most high-profile, headlining set of her 20-some-odd-year career, broke down in tears before dedicating her next song — “The Story” — to the crowd.
“There is not a nerdy little outcast with a guitar in the world that doesn’t dream of what I’m seeing right now.”
Read more at Rolling Stone.
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