David Beckham gets a kiss from beloved wife Victoria as they share a rare glimpse at family life in the Cotswolds

DAVID and Victoria Beckham have definitely taken to country life, if their latest Instagram snaps are anything to go by.

The couple posted photos from a hike in the countryside surrounding their £6m Cotswolds mansion – and David even managed to convince his fashion designer wife to wear a tweed jacket and a checked flat cap.

David and Victoria are getting stuck into country life

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David and Victoria are getting stuck into country life

Posting a sweet photo of her kissing David on the cheek, Victoria wrote: “When @davidbeckham makes you wear it! kisses from our Saturday walk in the British countryside.”

The Beckhams moved back to the UK earlier this year with their children Romeo, 19, Cruz, 16, and Harper, 10, while their eldest Brooklyn, 22, remained in the US with his fiancée Nicola Peltz, 26.

Victoria and David’s sprawling Grade II listed Chipping Norton property has everything they could need – including pools, pamper areas

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‘House of Gucci’ fashion is true to the brand’s ‘toxic family’

Gucci! “It was a name that sounded so sweet, so seductive,” purrs Lady Gaga in the opening of “House of Gucci,” the new movie about the 1995 murder that rocked the historic fashion house.

“[It was] synonymous with wealth, style, power,” she continues in voiceover. “But the name was a curse, too.”

What an understatement! “House of Gucci” unfolds like a Shakespearean tragedy, filled with backstabbing, betrayal, murder and more — all done in the most extravagant, over-the-top opulence: silk cravats and piles of jewels, enormous furs and va-va-voom dresses, double-G Gucci logos on ev-er-y-thing.

“What a toxic family they were,” Janty Yates, the costume designer for the film, told The Post. She added that the real-life personalities were just as flagrant — and flamboyant — as their on-screen counterparts: “We took [their looks] fairly directly from photographic reference.”

Lady Gaga in "House of Gucci."
Lady Gaga is a social-climbing fashionista in “House
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Annual Tribute fashion show honors up-and-coming model who died in drowning

ST. LOUIS – Mother Model Management hosted their annual Tribute Fashion show Saturday at the City Foundry. This year’s show welcomed home more than 60 models who have walked runways and modeled for brands and magazines all over the world to honor a model who died this past summer.

Kara Wrice was a 16-year-old incoming junior at Webster Groves High School and a rising star on the volleyball team. She was just beginning to make her print in the fashion industry before she died in a drowning in the Meramac River in Castlewood Park in July. Both her immediate family and her fashion family at Mother Model refuse to let her legacy die with her. 

Mary Clark, co-owner of Mother Model, said, “Her life was so spirit filled and energetic and happy and the impact she had on our models specifically was significant.”

Hundreds of St. Louis creatives, photographers, fashion

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Ciro’s Costume Jewelry Helps Women Keep Pace with Rapid Fashion Change and Stay On-Trend

Modern life’s rapid pace has brought about fast food, fast-track service, many other “fast” things, and fast fashion among them. Today, the so-called costume jewelry, a.k.a fashion jewelry, is an essential feature of a woman’s wardrobe and helps stay in step with the rapidly changing tastes and look one’s best. Among other things, it is part of the fast-fashion landscape, too.

The humans’ need for self-adornment has deep—pre-historic—roots going as far back as the Stone Edge. Those Flintstones were serious about jewelry, too: even Barney had to buy an engagement ring from Buddy-Buddy jewelers. He had no choice, though, since jewelers were few and far between in those ancient times. Nowadays, there is a myriad of suppliers offering a staggering variety of adornments in all price ranges. Fashion jewelry, however, is where the desire to look one’s best meets the affordable means to implement it.

Ciro Jewelry, founded in

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