Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, who has reinvented herself as a high-fashion style icon, appears in the pages of America's Elle magazine in a playful Fifties bikini.
The 35-year-old put her incredibly lean figure on show in the retro Diane von Furstenberg two-piece which features a sweetheart neckline and high-waisted bloomers.
But of course it wasn't without a touch of Posh - the ensemble included an outrageous oversized bow headband and of course, a pair of impractical Nina Ricci platform boots.
With a toned down tan, smokey eye make-up and lashings of red lipstick, she poses poolside with a blue umbrella.
The mother-of-three is also pictured wearing a dramatic Valentino gown with reams of tulle and in another shot she is perched on a pool lounge in one of her own designs.
In the accompanying interview, Victoria gushes about her life in the U.S.
"You know, I love America. It’s such a positive country,' she says. 'When people say to me, "How long did it take for you to adjust? Poor you, it must’ve been really difficult" – poor me? I’m living in Beverly Hills!
'I’m very, very lucky. I wake up every morning and I recognise that I’m blessed.'
But Victoria, who never favours a casual look, says she still can't get her head around American style.
'I find it odd that people will go to a nice restaurant or to the theatre in jeans and T-shirts.
'You know, it's great, David loves it. But it's very different to my personal style.
Not that she has any intention of pairing down her stylised look.
'I haven’t changed the way that I dress at all,' she continues, 'Which is probably why people stare a lot.'
She also opened up about how she coped being apart from her husband David Beckham while during his stint with AC Milan.
'I felt like someone had chopped my arm off, to be completely honest,' she says. 'Everything we do, we do together. I very rarely go out on my own, unless it’s a work commitment.'
On the couple's family life away from the spotlight, she says: 'David and I have a working relationship together, and we also have a private life together. Someone used the example recently of Brad and Angelina.
'They might be in a movie together, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to let someone film them at home. I don’t do ‘at homes’ with my family. I don’t march my kids down red carpets.
'It’s just not how we choose to do things.'