Victoria Beckham's Fall 2020 Show: Hands as Belt Buckles and New Ways to Wear Knits
Victoria Beckham's Fall/Winter 2020 collection for London Fashion Week was shown at Banqueting House on Sunday, Feb. 16. At its core, the designs explored traditionally feminine and masculine dressing, and how the VB woman engages with both of these silhouettes to create a modern, eclectic wardrobe — she looks equally as powerful in a structured suit jacket as she does in a bishop-sleeved, billowing dress.
The collection is offered in a neutral, easy-to-wear palette that carries an air of traditional "poshness" — mostly black, navy, grey, white, and earth tones of brown. Although not a colour-heavy collection, there are pops of primary colours — sunny yellow, striking red, and vivid cobalt. From the palette to the design details, Victoria Beckham F/W 2020 was an exploration of duality, specifically different ways of expressing sensuality and power as a woman.
Ahead we've honed in on a few key details that made Victoria Beckham's Fall/Winter 2020 collection truly memorable. From mystical hands clasping belts with hints of inspiration from surrealist fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli, to fresh new interpretations of your everyday jumper, attention commanding thigh-high leather boots, and tons of piece in VB's choice Winter print — checks, mate. Keep reading ahead for the key details you might have missed and the entire next season collection.