A few days before the start of London Fashion Week, it became known that Victoria Beckham had refused to participate in the annual event. Nevertheless, the show did take place: the designer presented the new spring-summer 2021 collection at the Hoxton gallery, but only to individual groups of three. All guests were given VB monogrammed striped cotton face masks, offered hand gel, and had their temperature checked before entering.
The designer shot her lookbook at Victoria Miro gallery, against the backdrop of works by Danish artist Tal R. The video lookbook includes 20 looks - wide jeans with a high waist in the style of the 70s, flared trousers, silk blouses, delicate, flying dresses decorated with deep cutouts or lace, trouser suits, and massive jewelry.
This time Victoria Beckham decided to create a more real and wearable collection, based on the main signs of the brand's DNA. "This collection is about freedom – to explore, to dress up, to be yourself", Beckham explained. "Really, it's about a true wardrobe. This collection is rooted in reality – in life, and living. But it's a dream inspired by reality."