I’m starting my Fall Winter 2011 2012 “coverage” with Victoria Beckham’s collection. She’s not your certified designer, but she surely is one whose signature clothes you’ll be seeing very often on all kind of celebrities.
I was surprised to see the show opening with a handful of very bright and vivid colors palette. I checked again – yes, it’s the Fall Winter 2011 2012 collection. And it’s colorful. And I’m loving it! The way I see it, Vicky managed to squeeze right between Herve Leger’s iconic bandage dresses silhouette and a kind of made – for – the – red – carpet casual look. Women love her clothes, apparently, so Victoria Beckham’s fashion label seems to be here to stay. (click through for more images and videos of the fashion show!)
The knee high boots loosely mounting the leg were brilliant. Her bags were amazingly beautiful and wearable. The comfy, roomy silhouettes are incredibly complimenting for a woman’s body. It’s a clean cut collection, very appealing and, I’m sure, a bestseller. I’m loving it, so it’s really no wonder we’re seeing VB clothes everywhere! (she said the collection was finished before she knew she was pregnant, but everybody knows you don’t become pregnant over the night, so she saw it coming, stop speculating over the loose waist and cocoon like belts, people, it’s not prophetical inspiration, duh!) (you can see photos of the entire collection here)
It is a rather lovely and stylish collection and I really like it!
Good for Victoria she has found her niche! : )
I have also heard that she is one of the designers that has been asked to show dress to Kate Middleton for her upcoming nuptials.
Me too Ellington!! :)
It’s such a pleasant surprise to see a collection that’s designed for women, not girls. Very elegant, never boring. I’m totally in love with the soft red dress. (If that’s the name for the colour and as I see it on my screen?) Certified designer or not; chapeau Victoria Beckham for your fabulous collection. :)
Finally. Simple, flexible fabric and design. A possible glimpse into the future of clothing. Tasteful and rich. I know nothing of her line, but I like this. Yes.
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