Having worked alongside four of the most famous women in the world during her stint as 'Posh Spice' in The Spice Girls, it's fair to say Victoria Beckham knows a thing or two about the enduring power of sisterhood.
After all, this was the band that coined the phrase 'Girl Power'.
So, this might explain why the 43-year-old has created a successful fashion brand made up of employees who are 75 per cent women.
Interviewed by Nicola Mendelsohn VP EMEA at Facebook to celebrate International Women's Day, the star opened up about her mission to support other women professionally and personally.
The mother-of-four admitted: 'Three-quarters of my business is run by strong women. Everyday I go into work and I'm inspired by women who work incredibly hard alongside having families.'
'Most of senior management staff are women. I didn't employ them because they are women, but because they were the best at the job… I love women. I love women's company.'
I didn't employ them because they are women, but because they were the best at the job
The British star also paid tribute to her mentors over the years, including Anna Wintour and Diane Von Furstenberg, and emphasised the importance of helping every woman climb the ladder to success.
'Support each other. Be that woman. Be that girl. Be that young child that likes other females. It's really bad if you don't. And there are women like that,' she said.
Support each other. Be that woman. Be that girl.
'And when I look back in the past about things that might be said about me or written about, a lot of the time it's been by other women. It's disappointing and that is so often that case. So my message would be… don't be that young girl, don't be that woman. Let's change that.'
The fashion designer - whose business is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year - also credited her family in giving her the space to follow her dreams.
'I have had cheerleaders. I couldn't do what I do now without the women around me. My number one cheerleader is my husband, he really supports me. I couldn't do this without him. My kids support me. So I feel very lucky and blessed to do what doesn't feel like a job,' she admitted.
Later in the interview, the star - who is rumoured to be reuniting with the Spice Girls for a special project - touched on what it is that keeps her striving to find happiness as an entrepreneur.
Discussing her Estée Lauder make-up range and subsequent skincare and fragrance lines which are currently in development, she continued: 'As a woman I want to create things that I really want in my life. They are things that I can't find. It's all very scientific and I'm learning a lot.'
Watch the full interview below: