Victoria Beckham Autumn Winter 2015: Looking Cool In the Cold

Victoria Beckham: Looking Cool In the Cold


by Hannah Almassi |
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‘It is not about one theme – but instead thinking about what women really want to wear and how they want their clothes to make them feel,’ said Victoria Beckham on her Autumn Winter 2015 show notes. Consider your mission accomplished Mrs B – we want to wear these clothes, and they will make us feel comfortable, pulled-together and, most importantly of all on the coldest day in NYC in the past twenty years, cosy.

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She may be one of the biggest superstars on the face of this earth but Victoria remains in touch with the regular woman. Her posh palette of navy, cream and black spoke to everyone in the audience today – as did the snuggle-some outsized knits, extra-long (and therefore extra-warm) ankle-grazing skirts, cocoon-like coats with the kind of big buttons you could easily do up in cold whilst wearing gloves and boots with enough of a roomy ankle to either make your legs look slimmer when bare (always important) or leave space to layer up with a chunky sock or two. As you can perhaps tell, the NYFW crowd are cold – and dedicated to finding fashionable ways to tackle it. Victoria provided countless options for next season’s FROW and shivering women across the globe.

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Who wouldn’t want to snuggle up in a VB jumbo-cord skirt and soft-but-not-sloppy jumper? ‘Familiar shapes have been deconstructed and reworked,’ she explained. ‘Volumes have been subverted, menswear elements re-engineered to fit the female form and twists, spirals, seams and asymmetry interplayed.’ This, along with cheeky cut-away sections, swingy mini coats worn with nothing underneath and a few looks of patch-worked, touchy-feeling fabrics transported VB’s classically wearable garms into more adventurous territory. As always, the lady in question won’t be waiting until the collection hits stores in six months’ time to channel her new mood – a catwalk bow in a polo-neck knit with arm holes stretching way below her knuckles and an asymmetric skirt that cut just above her ankles looked demure and damn tempting to copy.

See more of VB's AW15 collection below...


Victoria Beckham AW15 Show

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