The Best Looks From Victoria Beckham's 2019 Spring Line

Once known to the world as a little-black-dress-wearing Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham has emerged as a stellar fashion contender that continues to impress the haute fashion world. September 2018 marks a special moment for the designer, the former pop star revealed her tenth anniversary collection at this year’s prestigious London Fashion Week. The streamlined, classic and expertly tailored line was met with widespread critical and front row acclaim. Here are some of the most fabulous looks from the VB Spring season.

The new range played with a clean palette of white, greys, shades of red, black and tan. Beckham used unexpected hemlines and the occasional stripe to add interest to the classical, tailored looks.

Beckham paired a brilliant red turtleneck with a matching asymmetrical skirt with a pink rope belt detail. The ensemble was polished off with a pair of custom VB crochet mules.

The collection playfully tread the line between expected gendered pieces. The designer paired a traditionally masculine white blazer with a feminine lace camisole boasting a delicate lace collar. The VB ‘disco boot’ added a splash of vivid metallic flare.

The line made unique use of layering of different textiles and textures. These belted white trousers were paired with a red and white lace-fringed cami.

The ready-to-wear looks included some timeless black pieces. This off-the-shoulder long-sleeved top was paired with a black asymmetrical skirt. In a quirky move, the demure look was accented with an oversized red drawstring bag.

Beckham paired many of the dresses and skirts with the front-split skinny trousers. This bright red tunic featured a belt, layered over a striped undershirt and white ‘disco boots.’