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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:07 am

thanks for all up-dates...great!!
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sun Sep 30, 2007 8:29 pm

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sun Oct 07, 2007 6:42 pm

New one :

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sun Oct 07, 2007 7:02 pm

Various pictures of dVb denim (click to enlarge)









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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sun Oct 07, 2007 7:28 pm

Kitson added these but removed the shorts, skirts & capris;

Denim By Victoria Beckham - Dark Navy Signature Boot Cut Denim

boot cut dark washed jeans with decorative gold stitching on pockets/ Zipper fly / 5 pockets with purple lining / $250.00




Denim By Victoria Beckham - Navy Boot Cut Flap Pocket Denim

boot cut dark washed jeans with decorative bronze stitching on snap closure flap pockets / Zipper fly / 5 pockets with purple lining /



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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sun Oct 07, 2007 8:30 pm

Thanks a lot Shiraz! I love them!
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Mon Oct 08, 2007 9:30 am

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Tue Oct 16, 2007 10:04 pm

Event :

October 10th, 2007 : Victoria launched her dVb denim line in Harrods Store, London, UK :

Victoria Beckham may have infamously spent this week in Paris but she made her presence felt in the UK on Wednesday, as Harrods opened a concession dedicated to her dVb denim line. "As the creative director of dVb I wanted to encapsulate all I have learnt over the past years, both from the experience I gained whilst designing signature ranges and from a consumer's perspective as, like many women, I have been buying denim for years and feel confident that I know what makes a great pair," the Posh one said.

"I'm delighted and excited to have the first dVb concession open in Harrods. It is a wonderful store with international appeal while retaining it's strong English heritage, and it is its intrinsic link to London that offers such an intimacy to dvb opening there. "


we had that day pix of her leaving Geri's house & these :



Maybe they are the ones of when she was leaving Harrods store.

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Tue Oct 23, 2007 4:26 pm

Victoria Beckham jeans losing "Made in Canada" tag

October 22nd, 2007;

http://uk.reuters.com/article/consumerproducts-SP/idUKN2244678020071023?pageNumber=1

Interview with Bob Silver (Western Glove President)

P.S : The parts about Victoria are in purple.

From granola to Posh and publishing by Gordon Pitts

October 1, 2007

Bob Silver :

Title : President, Western Glove Works Ltd., Winnipeg

Born : Nov. 6, 1949, in Winnipeg

Education : BA, mathematics, University of Manitoba

Career highlights:

Early job : Statistician for respiratory research, Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre.

1981 : Part of a group, including his brother Michael, that buys the family company, Western Glove Works; Bob Silver becomes president.

2001 : Along with partner Ron Stern, buys the Winnipeg Free Press and Brandon Sun from Thomson Corp.

May, 2002 : Newspaper assets go public, as FP Newspapers Income Fund.

Whatever happens in Winnipeg, Bob Silver seems to have a hand in it - as part-owner of the Free Press newspaper, venture capitalist, retailer, volunteer and president of 86-year-old Western Glove Works, the family garment company which, in addition to its Silver and 1921 brands, now makes jeans under the dVb brand of Victoria Beckham (aka Posh Spice). It's been quite a ride for a former hippie mathematician, who at 57 has not entirely lost his idealism.

You were a true child of the 1960s?

I was part of that generation that thought that the natural place to go was back to the land, back to nature and to become self-sufficient. I built a house in Edgewood, B.C., about 80 miles from Vernon. After going to university, and having no idea what I wanted to do, I thought this was a good way to become a real person. Then my father passed away [in 1973] and the dream changed.

Did you go through soul-searching?

I knew I had to come home for the funeral, and I intended to stay a few weeks. But there is that horrid word called responsibility. So my responsibility was to come back and help my great-uncle sell the family company, Western Glove Works - and then I would go back to living on the land.

What was the moment when you decided to become a filthy capitalist?

I found out you don't buy companies without management, and nobody was going to buy Western Glove unless I was willing to stay around for a period. Then, when I discovered I was being sold, I thought it would be proper to be part of the purchasing side, as well.

By that time, it was in my blood - the excitement, the aggravation, the anxiety. Profitability became a measurement of success and I've always been very competitive. So I started to compete. Before I knew it, nobody was going to buy it unless I stayed.

Do you have regrets?

No. I don't believe I could have done as well if I hadn't gone to B.C. The education of a couple of years on the land was unbelievable. If you didn't cut down a tree to get firewood, you froze, so the impetus to learn how to cut down a tree was quite strong. If you didn't grow food, you got hungry or you had to trade labour for food. This was how I educated myself on what my own abilities might be.

So you're the microcosm of our generation - from hippie to entrepreneur?

And I once lived in India for six months.

Do you have regrets?

No. I don't believe I could have done as well if I hadn't gone to B.C. The education of a couple of years on the land was unbelievable. If you didn't cut down a tree to get firewood, you froze, so the impetus to learn how to cut down a tree was quite strong. If you didn't grow food, you got hungry or you had to trade labour for food. This was how I educated myself on what my own abilities might be.

So you're the microcosm of our generation - from hippie to entrepreneur?

And I once lived in India for six months.

So now it's all about doing business with Posh Spice?

She's actually a nice woman. She has a sense of humour, she has a heart. She's a good mother. But there are certain lessons you learn when you spend six months in India. There are certain lessons you learn when you live on a farm and you're freezing to death - about what's important and what isn't important.

It wouldn't do any harm for Posh to have some of those lessons.
I would say that about society in general. We're different now - our expectations are quite different and quite unreal from a historical perspective.

Today, you get upset if you've got the wrong shoes, as opposed to starting with 'Do you have feet?' and there are lots of people without feet.

Were you always a newspaper guy?

No, I read them and was interested, but my partner Ron Stern was that kind of fellow. I was the guy who, when we talked about the Free Press purchase, said 'Sounds like a great idea. Can we make some money?'

And the answer was ...?

The answer was yes, we could make some money. It is a good business, but I was really naive about the importance of the newspaper to the people who work there and to the people of this community. Ron and I became the caretakers of their newspaper, rather than owning it.

What is the future of newspapers?

All newspapers are facing the same issues of relevance in the electronic society. I think there is a future, especially for a paper like the Free Press that can get out local news that isn't as readily available on electronics.

It's an independent in a land where independents are not often found. Our challenge is how we can grow the Free Press as a community media name, not just as a newspaper.

Is there a standing offer by Winnipeg's Aspers, who control CanWest Global, to buy the paper?

No. There is a standard conversation that everyone thinks they should be buying us. An offer has never been made. We've talked - it's never been serious. I'm a partner with Leonard [Asper] in a private equity company, and Leonard's got some other issues in front of him for now.

Some Winnipeggers say this city is determined to demolish vestiges of its past, like the old downtown Eaton's store - whose site is now a hockey arena.

As Winnipeggers, we're experts at everything and it's sometimes difficult to go forward as easily as communities like Calgary, where they say just 'do it.' But Winnipeg is far more introspective about the ramifications of doing it, and going forward isn't always considered the right thing to do.

So Winnipeg has to get beyond that?

Oh, in a big way. We're introspective sometimes almost to the point of paralysis. I don't think we should become a society that develops la Houston or Dallas, with no thought of what that does. But I think we have to be more aggressive in accepting that things change.

One change is the bulk of your jeans manufacturing is now done in Asia. Can you keep making even some high-end jeans here?

If you look at it strictly economically, it would be unlikely. But there may be other rationales for keeping it here, such as just-in-time delivery or test marketing. Another reason: Having been manufacturers has made us much better importers than we would have been otherwise. We bring an expertise to the table that others don't have. There is a huge reluctance to lose that forever.

Your work force here has shrunk to just over 200 from 1,200 in seven years. Besides the small manufacturing group, what do people do?

In Winnipeg, we do design, marketing, merchandising, logistics, and distribution, but some of those functions are also going to shift to the Far East.

This is all a matter of equilibrium. China is following the pattern of Japan, and at some point China will not be an export nation to the same degree it is today.

So is there nothing we can do about Canada's manufacturing crisis?

If we define it as a crisis, we probably do it a disservice. I think it is always in transition. And if you are not attuned to the factors that are proper in that transition, you're going to get transitioned yourself.

It's an evolution and it's natural.

The Free Press is an income trust, but I haven't heard you denounce Ottawa's moves to kill these structures.

I haven't made any statements, and I'm not about to. The interesting thing is whether being public is something that I would want to do again.

It changes the way you do business, and it changes some of your emphasis.

I don't think I would go public again. I'm not sure all the gains were worth it - although that is probably more a reflection of our personalities than it is on the market itself.



Interview done with The Globe and Mail NewsPaper (Canada)

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Tue Oct 30, 2007 1:30 pm

wow thanks, a very big variety of dvb jeans
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Tue Oct 30, 2007 5:17 pm

I wanna have them all!!!
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Tue Oct 30, 2007 6:56 pm

it must be doing really well if there are different varieties...... i love the gray one in the set that shiraz posted
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Wed Oct 31, 2007 6:15 pm

someone from Victoria's entourage wearing dvb denim :


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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Thu Nov 15, 2007 2:29 pm



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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Fri Nov 16, 2007 5:43 pm

Denim by Victoria Beckham Wide Leg in Navy $297.00

Loose fitting wide leg trouser style jean with very subtle distressing or washing. These run a little bigger than other dvb jeans.

Stretch denim - 95% cotton & 5% spandex; machine wash.
8" rise. 36" inseam with wide leg opening.


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It can bought here : http://www.designsbystephene.com/pd_denim_by_victoria_beckham_wide_leg_in_navy.cfm


It's the ones she was wearing here :


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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sat Nov 17, 2007 4:09 am

I love the wide leg trouser style ones-thanks shiraz
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sat Nov 17, 2007 2:21 pm

Yesterday I went to the mall to buy her jeans,but only one style left-this one



And the smallest size was 24 but they were too big for me(( I hope there will be more styles soon-non stretch. And I tried her sunglasses-I looked so funny!They are too big for me))
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Wed Nov 21, 2007 9:47 pm

Wednesday, 21 November 2007
dVb Opens Its First Ever Concession At Harrods

Be one of the first customers to get your hands on a pair of the new dVb jeans at the first ever dVb concession. The concession which recently opened at Harrods is currently dedicated to Victoria's dVb denim line but will look to stock exclusive styles of her eyewear in the near future too.

Speaking about the opening Victoria says:
"I'm delighted to have the first dVb concession open in Harrods. It is a wonderful store that has such international appeal while retaining its strong English heritage. It's also so intrinsically linked to London there is an intimacy to dVb opening there."
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Wed Nov 21, 2007 9:47 pm

Wednesday, 21 November 2007
Holiday dVb Denim Collection Instore Now

Don't miss out on treating yourself to an early Xmas present as the new collection from dVb drops in-store this month. The dVb holiday collection builds on the capsule denim offer of autumn/winter, allowing you to negotiate the tricky trans seasonal stage with an exciting injection of colour and different fabrics for the party season!

The dVb capsule collection carried the perfect skinny, straight and bootcut styles. These pieces carry over but Victoria was keen to further develop the line introducing more trend led, seasonal pieces while keeping the Star and dVb signature back pocket designs.

The main addition is the emergence of strong colour and sateen finishes. Bright reds and electric blues offer an irreverent change from classic washes. Sparkle styles in grey and black work a street style while high waist wide legs perfectly encompass emerging trends with a knowing nod to the seventies.

As always with dVb, the key is the great cut along with detailed design features that ensure an elegant and elongated silhouette, all working to form the backbone of any modern womans' wardrobe.
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Thu Nov 22, 2007 2:15 pm

I love there is finally updates about the jeans on her site.

Thanks elda for posting. My friend

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Tue Dec 04, 2007 2:15 pm

dVb denim sold at Holt Renfrew, Toronto, Canada :

a model wearing it :



November 30th, 2007 :

Victoria was the first to arrive on Thursday night with son Cruz. She spent Friday in meetings with fashion bosses about the relaunch of her clothing range "dVb" in Canada. Her mum Jackie Adams arrived with the Beckhams' other two boys Romeo and Brooklyn yesterday.


Pictures of Victoria on Aritzia store in Vancouver where dVb denim is sold :


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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Fri Jan 11, 2008 1:31 am

Thursday, 10 January 2008
New exclusive dVb styles in store at Harrods

Two new exclusive styles in store now at the 'dVb by Victoria Beckham' concession, Harrods, UK.

Don't miss out! The 'dVb by Victoria Beckham' concession at Harrods (London, UK) has two new exclusive styles in store. Grab the skinny acid wash if you want an easy-to-wear fashion forward jean with retro styling, or be quick to catch the limited edition bootcut with signature star filled with glittering Swarovski crystals. With only 40 pairs available it's a glam alternative that's bound to disappear fast!


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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Sat Jan 26, 2008 3:06 pm

She's Posh, whatever she wears

January 24, 2008

Victoria Beckham, perhaps better known as Posh Spice or Mrs. David Beckham, is just a few hours from show time. It's the last night of the Spice Girls' two-week concert run in London, part of a reunion tour that arrives in Boston next week. But Beckham, who purloined Vogue editrix Anna Wintour's trademark bob, oversize sunglasses, and pout for her own fashionable gain, is more interested in chatting about shopping than "Spice World."

"We help each other out when it comes to clothes," she says of her soccer-star husband, who last year landed a $250 million contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy. "And we shop for each other as well. Just don't tell his teammates."

A staple at fashion shows in New York and Paris, Beckham appeared in ads for designer Marc Jacobs, graced the cover of this month's Elle, has written a book of fashion tips ("That Extra Half an Inch"), and is designing her own dVb line of denim (below left) and sunglasses. Beckham will greet fans at Saks Fifth Avenue on Wednesday at noon and chat about her jeans. We dialed her up in advance to query her about Katie Holmes and past Spice Girls fashion atrocities. - CHRISTOPHER MUTHER


When I see you in paparazzi pictures, it seems like you're usually wearing Dior or Cavalli instead of jeans, so I'm wondering where the interest in denim comes from?

To be honest with you, I've been photographed in lots in jeans. I love fashion, from jeans to couture to nice day dresses. I couldn't find a good pair of jeans. I was very specific about what I wanted, and I couldn't find it, which is why I decided to go into making jeans.

How involved are you in the design of the denim and the glasses for dVb?

I'm very involved right from the start. There's not a button or a rivet that goes on a pair of jeans that I haven't seen or approved. I test everything on myself. I don't just put my name on things. I pick all the denim myself. For me, that's fun. That's why I'm doing this.

I thought you were doing it because you needed the money. I heard David's soccer contract wasn't very lucrative, and you're not making much from the reunion tour.

(Laughs.) Listen, if that were true, I'd be selling it in a lot more stores. That's been the great thing about the position that I'm in. I haven't had to sell out. For me, it's so exciting. We're in the best stores in the world.

Will you eventually introduce other lines, such as your own ready-to-wear line?

Yes, I've been thinking about it for a long time. I'm just putting a team of people together now. So it will be my main project when I finish this tour in a month's time.

On the current tour, all the girls do a solo number, but you stroll the catwalk instead of singing. Was it your decision to emphasize fashion over music?

I've had solo records that have been very successful, but I'm not in the music industry anymore. I'm in the fashion industry. I was very nervous about going back into the Spice Girls, because I didn't want to send out a confused message. The reason I decided to do this tour was to show my kids that mummy was a pop star once. It's the last opportunity that there will be to see the Spice Girls together.

Ever since you and Katie Holmes became friends she has started dressing like more of an adult and less like Joey from the Creek. Is that your influence?

Katie and I have hung out, we've been shopping together, and we've been to fashion shows together. Katie has a fantastic sense of style. I don't think I particularly influenced her.

Is there a particular outfit from your Spice years that you look back on and just kind of cringe?

I like to think it was all good at the time. But I'll look at the makeup and think 'My God, look at all that bloody makeup' or 'Look at that hair.' So I'll cringe a little bit. When I look back on all those pictures, I realize that's what made me who I am now. I'm proud of that.

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:08 pm

January 30th, 2008 : Victoria Beckham sports all black and some stylish black gloves as she stops in to meet her fans and promotes her denim jeans line dVb inside Saks Fifth Avenue in Boston, MA. The singer is also in town with her fellow Spice girls that will play one of their newly added US tour dates at the Fleet Center.

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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:19 pm

Beautiful! Thanks!!
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:19 pm

thanx, she looks fierce
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Wed Jan 30, 2008 10:26 pm

thanks really love this look and the jeans... purple star with stones wow, wanna have these too
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PostSubject: Re: dVb Denim (for Women)   Wed Jan 30, 2008 11:44 pm

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