Victoria Beckham will be honored as the 2016 winner of the 2016 Vanity Fair Celebrity Celebrity Award, which honors the most influential and influential women in the world, the magazine announced Monday.
The winner of “The Next Big Thing” will be announced on Sept. 12 at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, according to the magazine.
“I am honored to be the recipient of this honor,” Beckham said in a statement.
“It’s an honor that is only bestowed upon such extraordinary and talented women.”
“It’s hard to believe that this will be the first time I will be recognized by a magazine.
Vanity Fair has been a part of my life for many years, and I am very grateful for their continuing support.”
Beckham won the Vanity Fair celebrity award in 2014.
The award recognizes the “most influential, influential, and influential people in the entertainment industry and their impact on society,” and it is named for the magazine’s founder, Anna Wintour.
The award is made up of seven categories: the most important, the most prominent, the people, the industry, the world and culture, among others.
The most influential women, in order, are actress, musician, author, actor, model, entrepreneur and director, according the Vanity 100.
The 2017 winners are: model and actress Victoria Beckham, model and singer Miley Cyrus, actor-actress and actor-model Kristen Bell, actress and singer Taylor Swift, singer Ariana Grande and singer-songwriter Carrie Underwood.
The other categories in the Vanity 50 list are: actress Meryl Streep, singer Taylor Hawkins, singer-actor Katy Perry, actress Natalie Portman, actor Ryan Gosling and actress Kristen Stewart.