Posh celebrates new line launch in style despite alleged Beckham brand failures
. "Suffice to say that everyone said they had a great time at the restaurant and said they would definitely come again," said Arnie Hira, owner of the Japanese restaurant.
The dinner menu included fine dishes including Chilean sea bass, Wagyu beef and soft shell crab. After the night out, the 34-year-old singer made an appearance at Harvey Nichols department store in Manchester where she officially launched the new fragrance.
Victoria also talked about her new fashion collection, saying: "They're very sexy dresses. Full-length frocks and bold colours - stuff that makes women feel good. I'm just showing it to a collection of magazine journalists and boutique retailers because I want to start off small and see what the reaction is. I really hope people will like it," she said.
But today rumours have surfaced that Posh is experiencing problems with her brand lines, which she promptly denied.
Former Spice Girls star Victoria Beckham has denied her recent fashion ventures have been a disappointment, insisting her DVB brand is "going from strength to strength."
Rumors have been circulating that Beckham's label was in crisis after she announced her new line of dresses would not be shown on the catwalk at the upcoming New York Fashion Week, but in small private viewings.
The singer's DVB denim range also came under fire earlier this year after Los Angeles boutique Kitson dropped the brand, citing poor sales and a lack of promotional activity from the star.
But Beckham is adamant that her fashion business is doing well, blaming the media for putting a negative spin on her style exploits.
She says, "There are always people out there waiting for us to fail. But I don't let that deter me. I'm a perfectionist and I'm good at what I do. Career-wise, the opportunities and success I've had this year are outstanding. My brand's going from strength to strength."