NYFW: Queen (V)B

Photography style.co.uk Words by Elizabeth Pollard

Victoria Beckham’s A/W 2014 collection will mark itself as an especially significant moment in her career. Perhaps it’s the return to the world’s fashion capital, but Beckham seems to have matured somewhat as a designer to create a flawless collection of soft silhouettes and conceptual prints.

The dropped waists and graphic, pop art style abstracts suggest influence from Pheobe Philo’s SS14 collection for Celine and the Prada portraits we saw last September, however with details that remain very much her own. Her tailoring has let out a sigh of relief, without compromising the femininity of the shape by combining fluid skirts and trousers with heavy fabrics used for outerwear, tunics and dresses. Overall, Beckham has achieved a remarkably cool but timeless collection; marking her move back to her capital and positioning herself aside fellow British heavyweights; Pheobe Philo and Stella McCartney.

Victoria Beckham’s Dover street store is set to open this Autumn.

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