Sunday, February 13, 2011

:: Victoria Beckham Debuts Spring 2011 Dress Collection ::

Putting her latest looks on full display, Victoria Beckham was the center of attention at Lincoln Center in New York City on Sunday (September 12).
The former Spice Girl debuted her Victoria Beckham Dresses Spring 2011 collection as part of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week festivities.
Hoping for a warm reception, Mrs Beckham anxiously tweeted before her runway efforts, writing, "About to go!!!!Excited!!!Nervous!!!! X VB x"
Meanwhile, Posh kept to her plans of steering clear of using size zero models during her catwalk presentation.
A source told the Daily Mirror of the decision, “Victoria takes her role as a figure in the public eye very seriously and is well aware young girls look up to her. This is why she gets so angry when people claim she doesn’t eat properly – she does.”

She is one of the successful woman in this fashion world.
Every dresses was designed,It is very gorgeous.
She is fantastic !!! I think it is great she can design clothes that flatter thin as well as curvy.

love how Victoria is never afraid to experiment with new fashion themes and trends. It's necessary for a true fashionista to constantly try new ideas to a make a fashion statement that will not only be followed but on that will stand the test of time.
This woman provokes different emotions – delight, envy, indignation – everything but indifference. She seems fragile but she is strong.

>> Enjoy the pictures of Victoria Beckham presenting her new collection in NYC (September 12).
" A Curvier collection "

>> Only one dress out of the 26 Victoria Beckham showed today featured a corset. That's groundbreaking news for a glamour puss who looks so pulled together in paparazzi snapshots you'd swear she wears a waist cincher to the gym. But as Beckham said while narrating the collection, her own style has loosened up quite a bit, and it showed in the clothes. She opened with a draped parachute silk dress in ultraviolet knotted at the torso, and included a few more variations of the theme, including a striking gown in black with jet embroidery at the shoulder. Kudos for expanding the range, though the irony is a weightless fabric like parachute silk hides nothing; as easy as the new silhouettes are, they require a flawless body.

Hollywood is full of those, of course, but Beckham's fans—even those with last names like Diaz, Lopez, and Moore—will probably gravitate toward the curving seams of the hourglass dresses she's best known for. Hard not to like the way they reliably hold everything in place. Among the best examples today: a shoulder-baring iridescent jacquard with ribbon straps and a Cadillac pink double crepe with an asymmetric neckline and a contrasting zipper in back. At the designer's request, Brian Atwood made the show's rose gold platform pumps to match her new Rolex. As for the new Victoria Beckham bags, they featured luxe materials and classically ladylike shapes, as befits a lady who knows her way around a Birkin.