However, on Monday evening, David and Victoria Beckham came together in a synchronised appearance at the Global Fund and British Council Party.
The couple looked perfectly in sync with each other in his and hers black trouser suits as they attended the star-studded event at Apsley House in Piccadilly.
Stylish pair: David and Victoria Beckham arrive at the Global Fund and British Fashion Council party at Apsley House on Monday night
Who wears the trousers? Victoria leads the way into the star-studded London Fashion Week party
The pair joined a host of big names at the event, which was hosted by US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, including Sienna Miller, Colin Firth and Stella McCartney.
Former Spice Girl Victoria, 39, teamed her trouser suit with a pair of simple black heels, with her brunette hair swept back into an updo.
Her retired footballer husband, 38, played it safe with a white shirt, black tie and black trousers with his hair gelled back.
However, it was his newest accessory - a tattoo reading 'Victoria' on his right hand - that attracted attention.
After Victoria recently admitted she bought him a tattoo voucher for her 38th birthday back in May, it looks like he may have cashed it in to expand his extensive collection of body art.
The new script is in a similar font to the word 'love', which is written in the same place on his left hand.
Hostess with the mostess: The party's host Anna Wintour greeted Colin and Livia Firth outside the venue
It's a bit windy! The Beckhams' coiffed hairstyles were disturbed by an untimely gust
Working it: Victoria looked super chic in her suit after sporting a more casual look on Sunday night
Their joint appearance at a LFW event comes after Victoria attended the Vogue dinner at Balthazar in Covent Garden on Monday.
Around the same time, her husband was in Mayfair being unveiled as the new face of Belstaff.
Meanwhile, host of the event Anna arrived at the same time as Oscar winner Colin and his wife Livia.
Fashionable friends: Victoria was in good company with (L-R) Roland Mourret, Natalie Massenet, Christopher Bailey, Mark Dybul and Anna
Date night: David and Victoria enjoyed an evening without their four children
Busy patterns! Sienna Miller (left) wore a floral and lace number, while Stella McCartney wore a headache-inducing brown dress
The King's Speech star looked dapper in a black suit, while Livia looked pretty in a white dress with black floral detailing.
Publishing giant Anna looked suitably elegant in a black and blue number and nude sandals.
Also representing Hollywood alongside Colin was actress Sienna, who had earlier attended the Burberry Prorsum show.
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The mother-of-one, 31, wore a floral and black lace dress and kitten heels as she arrived solo at the event.
Meanwhile, fashion designer Stella, 42, showed off her legs in a headache-inducing brown, black and orange dress.
Representing the cast of Downton Abbey was Elizabeth McGovern and her on-screen daughter Laura Carmichael, who both opted for different shades of blue dresses.
All thanks to him! Victoria chats to designer pal Roland Mouret, who gave her advice when she started her own label
Home to their babies: Victoria and David leave Apsley House following the party for their short drive home
Model behaviour: Georgia May Jagger dashed from the catwalk to the party (left), while Poppy Delevingne looked feline in cats ears
Ready to party after her turn on the catwalk at the Giles Deacon show was model Georgia May Jagger, who
Socialite Poppy Delevingne certainly stood out from the crowd with her cat ears headpiece.
It was a family affair for model Jodie Kidd, who attended with her make-up artist sister Jemma.
Flamboyant: Daphne Guinness (left) was typically over-the-top, while Benedict Cumberbatch looked smart in a navy suit
Let's talk fashion: (L-R) The Earl of Mornington, Natalie Massenet, Mark Dybul, Anna Wintour, Livia Firth and Jemma Kidd
Friendly: Downton Abbey star Laura chats to designer Christopher Kane