Victoria Beckham Marks Label’s 10th Anniversary with Her First London Fashion Week Show

"I get more nervous every season, not less nervous, because the brand keeps getting bigger."

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Victoria Beckham celebrated ten years of her label with her first show at London Fashion Week on Sunday.

Taking place in London’s Mayfair at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, which is close to Victoria Beckham’s flagship store, the intimate show was attended by all of Beckham’s childrenBrooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper—as well as her husband, David Beckham.

The show took place in front of 250 guests, per The Guardian, who cited Beckham as revealing before the show, “I get more nervous every season, not less nervous, because the brand keeps getting bigger.” The publication also said that the show “oozed confidence,” making it a suitable celebration to mark ten years of the former singer’s eponymous brand.

Beckham arrived at the venue wearing one of the show’s looks, including an oversized jacket and turquoise slitted pants:

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Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham

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Husband David arrived holding hands with daughter Harper, and the whole family celebrated the show on Instagram:

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The BBC described the dramatic show opening in which model Stella Tennant descended a marble staircase in the venue, followed by the rest of Beckham’s models:

The collection itself featured oversized bags, loose-fitting jackets, and overlong pants. Most of the models wore matching metallic boots or flats, as they walked the gallery’s unusual runway, which was in the round:

Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham

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An exception to the metallic footwear was featured in the form of a fabric mule, made to look like chainmail:

Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham

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Nylon sports-inspired drawstring bags were shown alongside oversized leather satchels and clutches:

Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham

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And after the show, Beckham was understandably emotional, marking such an important anniversary for her brand, at London Fashion Week for the first time:

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Victoria Beckham

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Victoria Beckham

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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.

 

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