Former Spice Girl and fashion designer Victoria was presented the award by her son Brooklyn at the Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Victoria was honoured for her contribution to fashion, having turned her first collection of just 10 dresses into a fashion empire. And now, just about every celebrity has a VB dress in their closet.
Mum of four Victoria was also honoured for her charity work. As an international goodwill ambassador for UNAIDS, she has raised millions to benefit HIV and AIDS charities including amfAR, the Elton John AIDS Foundation, and Mothers 2 Mothers.
Victoria dedicated her award to her retired footballer husband David as she stood on stage to give an acceptance speech.
"Running a business, my work with UNAIDS and most importantly being a mum wouldn't be possible without David," Victoria explained. "Not only is he the most incredible father, but he is supportive and someone who loves and inspires me every single day.
"Me standing here tonight accepting this award proves that if you dream big and you work hard, there are no limits to what you can achieve."
Talking about her successful clothing line, she said: "I love what I do and I feel blessed to be given the chance to pursue and fulfil my career ambitions. It started with the Spice Girls and girl power and now I'm channeling that same message to women through my collection.
"I want to support, empower and really make women feel like the best version of themselves."
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