This morning, Victoria Beckham showcased her second London Fashion Week show and despite tickets being seriously coveted by the industry’s elite, she made sure her family bagged the best seats in the house.
As expected, the former pop star’s husband David Beckham cheered from the front row beside their children: Brooklyn (who brought along his girlfriend, Hana Cross), Romeo, Cruz and Harper.
Victoria’s mother-in-law, Sandra Beckham, was also spotted watching the fashion unfold at the Tate Britain with Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour just seats away.
But the AW19 preview also gave the 44-year-old the chance to make her show even more inclusive than ever before, as it was live streamed via the designer’s debut YouTube channel – giving fans access to the runway alongside editors and influencers alike.
And the digital move only further demonstrates Beckham’s unwavering status within the industry, as over 1,000 people from across the globe tuned in minutes before the show kick-started.
For Autumn Winter 2019 I have been thinking about what women want, about modern femininity and about how to curate those ideas into a collection for today. Our woman tells a story through each of the looks. She embraces our signature silhouettes, clothes that are wearable but still have the ability to let us dream. There’s almost a cinematic mood, an elevation, a character embedded within a narrative. She’s proper but she’s definitely not prim. You can feel a sense of her life through the clothes that she wears. Watch my #VBAW19 show live at 10AM GMT on my @youtube channel and the Piccadilly Lights in London. x VB #LFW
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According to the mother-of-four, she designed the AW19 line while keeping in mind “what women want” and creating clothes which are wearable but “still have the ability to let us dream” – a winning combination for when the clobber hits the shelves.
In case you missed it, models graced the runway decked in breezy chain print-emblazoned dresses teamed with skin-tight open-toe boots which are sure to become a Beckham signature.
Supersized collars fit for the office also proved a common theme juxtaposed against punchy neon courts (a surprise move from the designer) and granny chic knits.
Post-show, the designer stepped out to a shutter of camera flashes and front row cheers but Beckham made sure to give her family a quick wave of gratitude.
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