Whatever Victoria Beckham wears, women run instantly to buy. That is simple. And I am no different. I am one of her fans. I admire Victoria Beckham not only for the super cool clothes she creates, but also for her determination and her growth as a designer. I loved the Mary Katrantzou collection, I was in love with Christopher Kane and Burberry runway in London Fashion Week, but I had to admit that there was no other collection that I looked closely than Victoria Beckham Spring/Summer 2019. And David Beckham and her beautiful kids in the front row were enough reasons to stay glued to the laptop screen.
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Victoria Beckham Spring/Summer 2019 collection was the first to be presented ever in London (basically, at home). And some critics said that is funny, somehow, that is not the only contradiction related to the anniversary 10th year of Victoria Beckham design. And that it is worth to remember that her is… “an icon in the memories of millennial and Gen Zers in their 20s, and, simultaneously, a wardrobe-inspirer to women of her own 40s-and-above generation”. True!
Stella Tennant opened the show (held in a gallery right next door to her Dover Street store), followed by Malgosia Bela and the British model Edie Campbell, while Liya Kebede closed the show. I just loved the layering – not a brutal and heavy one, but a soft wearable combo, dresses over trousers. I have noticed the 60s soft, flat boots in white and gold made for dancing, and the lower details of the pants (cropped enough to let the shoes see through). Everything about Victoria Beckham’s work is hyper-clean—the zinging colours, the crisp edges of striped shirts, the controlled assurance of every component.
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