Victoria Beckham let modes carry rooster with barefoot in the new lookbook
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The brand "Victoria Beckham" has long given women the elegant, graceful and most prestigious collections. Her designs are the favorite of women worldwide, not only by each fascinated dress style but also by the high applicability - a very rare thing in the most famous fashion names.
Barefoot models and the rooster make Victoria Beckham's new lookbook much more interesting
After the groundbreaking collection unveiled at New York Fashion Week, Victoria continued to attack London Fashion Week by introducing the new range named "Victoria, Victoria Beckham". These designs are rural bucolic, rustic. Her models walked with barefoot, posed with a rooster between natural scenery in a village.
Talking about the idea of this lookbook, Mrs. Beckham said to The Telegraph: "I was inspired by Marrakesh and the Majorelle Gardens after going there for my David’s 40th".
Victoria has always focused exploit the applicability in each of her designs, and in this latest collection as well. Throughout the entire collection are dresses, trousers, shirts and jackets... minimalist in style but varied, impressive in design and motifs accompanied. The beautiful scenery in this ecological zone is represented with typical blue flowers on dresses, mixed with unique effects and patterns of French painter Matisse.
The famous British designer used various materials in this collection, including white lace, macrame, crepe fabric... combined with laser cutting technique and motifs decorated skillfully. Unlike the previous collections, this time Victoria preferred fresh youthful designs that suit even teenage girls.
“What I love with this collection, is that there’s pieces you can throw on over a bikini, and others you can wear on the red carpet," the talented designer shared.
The prices for the designs are from £100 to £1,300. “I want women everywhere to enjoy the brand,” said the 41-year-old.
By: Iris Shelton