David Beckham and the four children he shares with his wife, Victoria, emerged from backstage moments before the lights went down at her show today. The Beckhams know how to make an entrance, don't they? Business is going well for Victoria Beckham. Last month she announced the brand will be opening its first store on London's Dover Street this fall, and a new New York office and showroom indicate that she's got her sights on a Manhattan location before too long.

There was nice growth on the runway as well. Last season Beckham might've gone too far in the boyish direction for her client base. She made adjustments here, elongating the silhouette first and foremost, and adding femme touches to what was, all in all, a sharply tailored collection. A substantial gold chain replaced a button closure on a winter white cashmere coat, the back of which was sharply pleated in a lighter-weight silk, while a deep organza ruffle decorated the hem of a tunic sweatshirt. Prints made a comeback, and there was sparkle to spare on a midi-skirt worn with a cowl-neck knit.

Speaking of entrance making, it was good to see Beckham redirect some of her attention to eveningwear. She reports that it's a top-selling category for the brand, and it was easy to see why in the case of a pleated black georgette goddess gown with an ivory cashmere camisole underneath. Cate Blanchett will in all likelihood wear Armani to the Oscars, but if not, we've found her dress.