Like every season, Victoria Beckham struck London Fashion Week with her collections. Today, back on her last fall winter 2019 collection, who took place at her favorite place in London : The Tate Britain.
The first look set the tone of the entire collection, the bright colours, the suits and the 70’s atmosphere were the “clou du spectacle” of Victoria Beckham’s collection. Visually it is pleasant, especially the first look with its red glimmering blouse, its structured pencil skirt and white checked pattern and not-to-be-missed the elegant leather leopard print boots. And all of this shown us a revisited version of the suit, more modern, feminine and delicate.
Victoria Beckham wanted her collection to be “a modern collection" for women and their desires. Each look has a different story to tell, VB described her silhouettes as something “wearable” but which still have the "ability to let us dream”. And the woman is the center of her collection, she embodies freedom, elegance and strength. This is like her ready to wear collection was a movie in which the women are the main protagonists, accompanied with their clothes, as if they were a political weapon.
The color palette of the collection was clearly invigorating, the different combinations of materials, prints and cuts are defnitely the strength of VB’s collection.
For me this collection truly embraces the power that women have, it is represented through those powerful capes, straight from a Tarantino’s movie and those really well cut 70’s silhouettes.