Victoria Beckham Debuts Rachel Zoe’s Boot Collaboration with Brian Atwood

06/25/2010 at 09:00 AM ET

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They may not have been made for too much walking, but the sexy thigh-high boots that Victoria Beckham donned Wednesday night certainly stole the show among the fashionable guests that gathered at the Diane von Furstenberg party at Claridge’s hotel in London. And with good reason! Stylist-to-the-stars Rachel Zoe helped design the super-high and uber-chic black suede “RZ” boots as a collaboration with her longtime friend and celebrated designer Brian Atwood. Featuring a chic chain detail up the back, the platform boots–which Posh paired with a barely-there black Giles corset dress–looked just as fabulous as the unexpected ensembles that Zoe pulls together for her A-list clients. And while pop star-turned-designer Posh got to debut the style from Atwood’s fall 2010 collection this week, the rest of us will have to wait until the boots arrive in stores later this month–as if we needed another reason to envy Posh! Tell us: Would you wear thigh-high boots in the summer like Posh? —Marissa Patlingrao Cooley

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No but Posh could pull it off nicely. Love Her! She has such a great sense of style.

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bob cat is always the signature hair of Victoria Beckham, she is also a very sexy woman,;`

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