2015 Fall Ready-to-Wear

Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015

Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015

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  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015
  • Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015

Victoria Beckham RTW Fall 2015

The designer put an abstract, artful spin on her minimalist polish.

Apropos of nothing that has anything to do with Victoria Beckham’s clothes, her front row offered happy evidence that family fashion day doesn’t have to play like failed satire. Beckham’s brood was in town for the show. From the polished, grown-up Brooklyn to little Harper, sitting on dad David’s lap (poor thing, she didn’t wear a fur chubby), the kids looked charming and approachable, and, until the boys pulled out their phones to capture Victoria’s bow, their respectful, low-key demeanor would have been appropriate at a different kind of Sunday spectator outing — church. Kudos, Mom and Dad.

The runway proved lovely as well, a study in calm sexiness. Beckham kept the clothes body-conscious but languid, creating manageable volume by folding, twisting, spiraling. Asymmetry added a dash of approachable yet arty, whether in a half-peplum protruding from a dress or an extra spill of fabric from the side of a skirt. “It’s about taking volume and structure and turning it on its head,” she said during a preview.

Beckham’s customer continues to love a dress, and the designer continues to oblige. High-neck looks were anything but prim. A white version had flaps that buttoned in to define the torso; a black dress was belted through side cutouts. But Beckham wants to branch out. Her separates were cozy by day — lush sweaters with lantern sleeves over twisted skirts — and by night, surprisingly alternative: off-kilter skirts appliquéd with giant bow cutouts and paired with simple T-shirts. “It feels like modern evening,” she said. “I’m looking forward to wearing it.” It’s a good bet her ladies will as well.

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