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Sticking by her affinity for ladylike tailoring, Victoria Beckham kept things clean for Fall 2014. Beckham seemed to take her direction with the working woman in mind, showing femme reduxes of masculine coats, suiting separates, as well as roomy trousers with elongated silhouettes and pleated maxi skirts. Select pieces were accented with frothy organza peplums and hems, in a pared-down palette of black, white, and tomato red, with spare use of checks and amorphous abstracted prints. Two-toned, low-heeled pumps and pointy-toed black lace-up brogues kept the VB girl grounded and on the move. The succession of eveningwear that closed the collection—fluid, goddess-y gowns in black and cream, edged up in the heavy gold chains—relayed Beckham’s message loud and clear: easy, breezy, beautiful, with some spunk to spare.
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