By: Logan Sowa
Victoria Beckham Fall 2016 was one of those collections you watch and start adding piece by piece to your wish list -- that dream wardrobe you find yourself filling in your mind. From the cool knit dresses in the most incredible textures to the gorgeous coats, it was one of the more adventurous collections while still being true to Beckham's core aesthetic.
Femininity with a boyish edge is what she does best -- and it's something that so many women can relate to. She described the looks as "quite light," referencing that this collection is really "a lot about layers."
What we loved most was the way Beckham played with the silhouettes on her skirts -- each more interesting and fresh than the last -- she kept us guessing the entire show. Some skirts bubbled just to pull back in below the knee, some utilized asymmetrical hemlines, while others kept close to the body.
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After the show, Beckham spoke of her excitement for the opening of her store in Hong Kong -- her second flagship, as well as the future of her line. So why Hong Kong for that next store? "Asia is my fastest-growing market, it's a huge market, and it just seemed right. I really love asian women, they really understand fashion and it seemed like the perfect place for the second store."
As for the future -- the boyish undertones and distinct masculine vibe we see throughout her womenswear begs the question, is menswear on the horizon? "I'd love to at some point! I would really love to do menswear," She said. Her team is a little busy right now, she joked, "we've got quite a lot going on in lots of different categories at the moment! But at some point, for sure."
Adding pieces from the collection above to your mental wardrobe? (Same.) If you just can't wait to have something from Victoria Beckham, you can shop her spring collection right here.
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