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Victoria Beckham, one of the biggest names in fashion, has revealed the two trends she just can’t get behind.

During an interview on The Ellen Show, Ellen DeGeneres asked the designer if there are any trends she doesn’t understand.

“Crop tops,” Beckham answered. “I’m noticing a lot of people wearing a lot of crop tops. Actually you know, another thing – when they wear their jacket down just resting on the back of their arms.”

She continued: “Do you know what I mean? They want to look like they’re not trying.”

DeGeneres added: “Just wear the jacket or not.”

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Beckham’s collections are known for their classic fits and tailored silhouettes – much the opposite of crop-tops and slouched jackets.

She also went on to joke that she wears heels to bed at night, having famously once said that she “can’t concentrate in flats”.

DeGeneres replied: “That is so not true,” to which Beckham added, “I love the idea of it though.”

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The mother of four has had quite the year. Her label was named London Fashion Week’s most influential brand due to her media impact value, after she posted a picture of herself and her daughter Harper at her show. The designer has also stepped into the world of beauty, after launching her cosmetics collection Victoria Beckham Beauty.

Beckham explained that she and her business partner Sarah Creal had “this vision of wanting to create a beauty collection that was the future,” which includes colour cosmetics, skincare and wellness products.

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“It’s not about trying to make ourselves look any different, any younger,” Beckham told BAZAAR. “I’m not going to be coming out with products saying they’re going to get rid of wrinkles – because that’s bullshit.”

She added: “I think we should celebrate who we are, and be the best, most powerful version of ourselves and celebrate that and celebrate each other, and as women be strong together.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar UK.