Victoria Beckham has had enough of the fashion peacocks. Instead, the designer has stuck to a uniform of white t-shirts and jeans for the past few days.
For her SS18 show at New York Fashion Week, the Brit chose a similar theme, sticking to classic workwear pieces – with her signature feminine twist, of course.
Mannish tailoring consisting of loose blazers, slouchy shirts and lots of layering came in ice-cream shades of pistachio and lilac.
Glittery Dorothy heels and clutches also made an appearance in shades of green, silver and traditional ‘The Wizard of Oz’ red; shoes that six-year-old Harper Beckham is in love with, according to her mother.
And that’s Victoria’s key: sticking to pieces that are wearable and accessible to all. Even a six-year-old.
“This was not about creating show pieces that are not wearable,” she admitted backstage, labelling the collection as “honest”.
“That’s not how I want to dress, that’s not how I believe women want to dress. There isn’t anything here that you can’t wear straight from the catwalk.”
Several other talking points came from the show: namely that fearful Vogue editor Anna Wintour was ousted from her front row spot next to David Beckham to be replaced by the new head of British Vogue, Edward Enninful.
Victoria’s post-show outfit also caused a stir. Her much-loved stilettos were replaced by dare we say more ‘mumsy’ heels paired with the aforementioned casual white tee and jeans.
It seems that the Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer has come down from her A-list world just a notch. She was even spotted getting down and dirty with an ironing board backstage.
Now, that’s something we’d never have expected from the Victoria Beckham of years gone by.
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