Victoria Beckham Spring Summer 2013 Collection

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Young and talented designer Victoria Beckham presented the spring summer 2013 collection during New York Fashion Week, which features primarily black and white garments with the inclusion of bold red in between.

The latest collection from a notable fashion icon Victoria Beckham is the exact implementing of her own style. While taking a look at each garment by Victoria Beckham, you can clearly see the perfectly suited, laconic and sophisticated silhouettes that are the reflection of Victoria’s signature style.

Victoria Beckham spring summer 2013 collection

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According to the designer, apparel from this spring summer 2013 collection has the delicacy that was new for her though the garments still keep up with the quite plain and structured silhouettes. This season Victoria decided to introduce the feminine touches to her garments like the fabrics that create the illusion of lace, top in the shape of bra and pleated chiffon hemlines on the short skirts.
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One can see the obvious lingerie influence in this collection with the corsetry and bra tops incorporating into dresses, which looked quite harmonious and perfectly fitted the laconic dresses’ designs.

Beckham commented:

“It’s the first time I’ve gone so delicate, but I wanted the design elements.”

This time designer included more trousers with the slim cut in the collection comparing to the previous ones.
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Victoria said:

“They really look like my signature dresses, but they’re trousers.”

In this spring summer 2013 collection Victoria decided to make the accent on the textures rather than on the bold colors by going for the contrasting black and white hues with the splashes of bright red.

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She explained:

“I want to design what I want to wear.”

Victoria Beckham spring summer 2013 collection

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