Thirty looks flaunted the catwalk of Victoria Beckham‘s Spring/Summer ’15 show. Held earlier today, the fabulous grow saw Anna Wintour, sat with her pink cardigan draped over her dainty shoulders, and Grace Coddington in electric blue, with David and Brooklyn Beckham sat in-between to watch the designers latest collection unveil.
New York’s Renaissance-inspired Cunard Building, played host to Beckham’s latest collection and an architecturally stunning building was all but enough for the designer. This fashion week, she also designed her very first shoe for a collection. As well as the floral flats, the models graced the catwalk in chunky platforms and white flats too, which caused a fashion frenzy over the very wearable shoe choices.
At 10am, the bare-faced models began their decent down the catwalk.
The outfits were strong, the colour palette was diverse but niche and the execution of each piece was done so very well; however, despite the production of this extremely wearable collection, just prior to her Mayfair store opening soon, there was but one issue with the collection.
Little reflected Beckham’s own designer identity; the collection appeared not just somewhat dis-resembling that of the brand, but rather resembled that of other brands over the year. To look at this collection, it may seem that Beckham has implied a Celine-esque aesthetic to her collection. For Beckham’s previous collections, she gained much attention and accolade for her pieces, and it is therefore a shame to admit that Beckham may be scrutinised a little for this collection. It is however, not all bad news.
Victoria Beckham has undeniably made it into the industry proving her designs are successful and wardrobe worthy. A designer who has shown she can produce that of a sporty nature, power outfits and evening wear as well as great daywear, Beckham’s collection may have taken a minor tumble, but it won’t be enough to keep her down.