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Victoria Beckham

Autumn 11

The look Victoria Beckham has flourished into a fully fledged designer this season. She has now produced six collections, enough for her to develop a credible design signature , and the confidence gained from fashion press approval has allowed her to evolve her signature shape and colour.

Key pieces The ridged Roland Mouret-esque silhouette was referenced in the cap sleeves and close-cut tailoring on some dresses, but there was more fluidity in Beckham’s designs for autumn 11 via super-long maxis, and even cocoon coats. Where there was structure it was bold, such as an asymmetric dress with a fanned Grecian-inspired shoulder.

Commercial appeal Some elegant draping had commercial appeal while sweet skater skirts with roll necks were highly wearable, as was the palette.

Readers' comments (3)

  • dont respect her for getting into the industry just because she is famous! i do not believe she is talented, i am pretty sure she couldnt actually make one of these garments, there are plently of talented (real) designers who actaully have the skills and would love to show at fashion week! unffair really.

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  • i agree. I think she is an example of how a powerful celebrity brand can elbow their way into any industry

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  • Money doesn't buy class...

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