Tuesday, March 22, 2011

VB means business

From my favorite Spice girl to a resident designer of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Victoria Beckham has showed everyone her passion in making a woman comfortable and confident in her clothes. 

Spring '09

Recalling the reviews on her first collection for Spring 2009, retailers were definitely interested with her designs not because of her name but on the precise structure and tailoring. They were body-conscious and oozed sophistication that any woman would want. And at her second collection, VB still seemed surprised of her success as she showcased 23 pieces for Fall 2009 by appointment. Once again, her sheaths have fits-like-a-glove effect on anyone.

Fall '09

Spring '10

Fall '10

And as her collections grew, she also made sure that she pushed herself into making more fashion-forward yet still girly designs. 2010 was the year when she tried to loosen up a bit and never lose that touch on knowing what a woman wants. She still offered structure and fit but giving us more drapes and metallics. Her own style and personality seemed to have come out more in these collections. It even slipped the minds of the editors that she was once a Pop star as she talked like a pro about her clothes.  

Spring '11

Fall '11

So as 2011 comes in, Victoria Beckham has proven that she has made a name as a designer and business woman. Her looks are on-trend and easy to pull off. She is very attentive to details without being over the top. Like any successful fashion designer, she recently graced the runways with outfits woman did not even know they wanted until she showed them. All throughout the years she has been in this industry, her pieces have continuously grown but one thing stays the same, they most definitely accentuate one's assets which translates to confidence and sophistication. Her peers obviously loved her clothes, that you spot them wearing a VB dress on award shows or on the street. And as all these transpires, she is raking more greens than ever. She seems to be on track on a business model that obviously works. Her celebrity status, talent, and ingenuity on design just fits-like-a-glove too with her clothing line.

Can most of us say the same on our favorite Pop star?



Photos from Style.com

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