Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham has a life that most of us would envy—a thriving fashion career, international fame, a gorgeous hubby—but the Brit babe admits she wants more.

"I want to get bigger and bigger," she said of her brand in a recent interview with the New York Times' T magazine. "I absolutely want an empire."

Some might argue that she already has a fashion dynasty, with an already popular line of handbags, denim and sunglasses as well as her eponymous collections that continue to grow at impressive rates. 

In fact, just yesterday, she launched her autumn-winter 2013 denim collection, along with video of a model showing off the latest selection of her trademark skinnies—and occasionally revealing her undies as she changed in and out of the designer denim. In addition to the form-fitting jeans, Beckham will also offer up pants in fall-friendly fabrics, including velvet and corduroy, as well as a new wide-legged silhouette for gals who don't find the body-hugging skinnies flattering.

And offering a diverse group of women as many options as possible is exactly what Beckham is aiming for. 

"I want to reach as many women throughout the world as I can," she said. "There are more categories that I want to enter into. I have five categories at the moment. But at some point I would love to do shoes, I would love to do fragrance, I would love to do makeup, I would like to do underwear. There are so many things I want to do."

Perhaps—fingers crossed!—she could get husband David Beckham, who stars in H&M's underwear campaign to help show off a line of underthings?

One thing's for sure, we can expect to see a lot more from the 39-year-old!

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