Fellow model Helena Christensen also came out to support Beckham at the fashion event
"Such an amazing evening celebrating the new Victoria Beckham x @Breitling collection in NYC!!" the former Spice Girl, 49, captioned a post on Instagram which featured a carousel of photos of her posing in front of a neon sign announcing her collaboration with the Swiss watch company.
Victoria posed alone in one photo and with Holmes, 45, in another. Both women wore black outfits, with Victoria telling her fans that her suit was from her eponymous clothing brand.
"I’m wearing my signature #VBSS24 tailored suit (coming soon!) and B Frame Belt! Kisses," she wrote.
Holmes wore a back top with a cutout at the midriff, and paired it with a black blazer, a white skirt and black heels.
Victoria also tagged Holmes and the other friends she posed with, including model and designer Helena Christensen, model Annemary Aderibigbe and model-turned-entrepreneur Isabela Grutman.
Christensen, 55, wore a long off-white dress with black heels. Aderibigbe chose a simple black sleeveless dress with a plunging neckline, and Grutman wore a red floor-length turtleneck dress.
The couple has been quite busy with solo projects and collaborations lately. As they teased on Instagram Tuesday, they're gearing up for the premiere of their Super Bowl commercial with Uber Eats, which will also feature Jennifer Aniston.
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David and Victoria announced the project with a video spoof of a viral moment from their Netflix docuseries Beckham. During a sit-down interview in the series, Victoria says she grew up "very working class," prompting David to peek his head around a corner to implore his wife to "be honest" about her upbringing. After a bit of teasing from her husband, Victoria admits that her father drove a Rolls-Royce.
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