London’s very own Victoria Beckham has been impressing New York with her latest collection. New York Fashion Week may have drawn to a close, but fashionistas worldwide are still obsessing over the biggest trends showcased in the city this week.
Victoria Beckham’s show on Sunday 10th September drew upon her signature preference for minimalism and streamlined silhouettes, with the added touch of some distinctly feminine styles. From ruffled collars and sparkles, to pinks and pastels, as Beckham herself said, “you can tell I’ve got a little girl”.
The Beckham’s lives are greatly centred around family, highlighted by the proudly beaming faces of husband David and son Brooklyn, from within the front row. It’s no surprise the couple and their three children have become British national treasures. David and Victoria Beckham manage to perfectly balance the pressure of their high-flying work and private lifestyles with a down-to-earth and modern approach to celebrity family life. Victoria could even be seen getting hands-on with some last-minute ironing back-stage at this weekend’s show on her Instagram page.
The Spice Girls became British icons during the nineties and noughties, embracing diversity and inclusivity. Beckham has carried this through into her fashion career. The Telegraph called Beckham’s collections more of an “evolution, than a revolution, of her ethos”. Her fashion designs reflect the female empowerment, positivity and fun represented by her years in the Spice Girls.
Now Beckham is channelling a more chic and sophisticated femininity, evident in her designs. We are already excited for the unveiling of Victoria Beckham’s next collection.
Our CEO and Founder James Harford-Tyrer was eagerly watching New York Fashion Week unfold, “Victoria Beckham’s collection caught my eye this week. I am very excited to see what next week’s London Fashion Week will hold. The trends for AW17/18 are set to be sensational after what we have already seen in New York”. If you are due to be attending watch out for the Cudoni team at some of London Fashion Week’s events.