Victoria Beckham marked a decade in the business by showcasing her collection at London Fashion Week for the first time.
She invited family and friends to Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery on Dover Street, near her flagship store, and had Stella Tennant open in a masculine white suit. Beckham has always been strong in no-fuss tailoring which set the tone for the rest of the collection that felt like it would be a joy to move in. In the show notes she wrote:
“Spring/summer 2019 marks our first decade. This collection looks back, but also forward – it explores the codes of the brand, the identity I’ve built up over 10 years since my first show. Fluid lines, a mix of masculine and feminine, print, an arresting mix of unusual colours – these are our codes.”
The trousers were elegantly tailored with a small slit at the bottom, blazers were layered over flowing skirts. There were also minimalist gowns and her signature perfectly cut coats. There were even sportier elements with stripes, mesh, midriff bearing knits and drawstring dresses.
“There’s a lightness throughout, that feels modern. It’s about dressing not our woman, but our women – reflected in our cast this season, as well as embedded in the clothes,” she added.