Shot by photographer Ellen Von Unwerth, the Victoria Beckham Vogue Turkey August 2010 spread features this celebrity in highly coveted pieces. From skin-tight leather to a pair of drool-worthy Louis Vuittons, there's nothing Beckham could sport and not look good in.
Implications - Many celebrities that have become modern cultural icons are more recognized for their bodies and beauty than for the talent which made them famous. These figures serve as effective spokespeople for brands across a variety of industries. Additionally, in a society fascinated by sex and racy images, the racier and more shocking the campaigns, the more public buzz is generated about the product being endorsed.