Yes, that Marc Jacobs.
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Not that we didn't already.
If this doesn't make notoriously scowl-y Victoria Beckham smile, we really don't know what will. At last night's Glamour UK Women of the Year Awards, Beckham was named woman, not of the year, but of the whole decade--precisely ten times better than anyone else's award that night. And she used the opportunity to give a little Spice Girls throwback. Read on to see who else got honors, and check out the red carpet.
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