Style icons IV.: Victoria Beckham

‘I love fashion, and I love changing my style, my hair, my makeup, and everything I’ve done in the past has made me what I am now. Not everyone is going to like what I do, but I look back at everything, and it makes me smile.’ /Victoria Beckham/

Victoria Beckham certainly has an interesting past that is full of adventures. Of course everyone knows about the Spice Girls days, but she has been also working as a model and in 2007 she released her first collection called dvb Denim. Since that she launched sunglasses, handbags, clothes and fragrances too. Her designs have won awards and this year she wore her own creation to Prince Harry’s and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
She has always been famous for her collection of sunglasses and knowing exactly what to wear at any event.

Victoria knows how to style a black blaser to look chic and trendy at the same time.

A three coloured look anyone can try to recreate.

This kind of self-promotion is compeltely acceptable if you ask me.

High waisted trousers make you look elegant every time.

Every woman needs something red in her wardrobe.

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Just hanging out in Paris 🇫🇷 kisses x

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Victoria is flawless and elegant even on hot summer days. Look at those lilac shoes!!

The queen of monochrome outfits knows hot to style such a classic as the black dress.

It’s important to choose the best accessories to make clothes into a stylish outfit.

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#vogue #forcesoffashion X kisses VB @voguemagazine

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Monochrome seems boring? Not if you combine them with a pair of fabulous and unique pair of shoes.

Just like Karl Lagerfeld, Victoria often wears the classic black and white combo that can never go wrong.

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Marc Jacob teaches fashion design

‘My grandmother would buy me Vogue, French Vogue sometimes if I was really lucky and I was just whirling through these images. That was my first introduction to fashion…
I’m not recommending you to cut school and to go to trunk shows or fashion shows but I did a little bit of that when I was younger too. I’m sharing what I know. I hope that it will inspire you to create and express yourself through fashion. I will be discussing things I wish I knew starting out. The heart of my class is sharing the technical process. Once in a while it’s a fabric that inspires the dress and other times it’s the dress we want to make inspires the fabric. The runway show is very important to me. You can transmit not only ideas of that texture and proportion but also about spirit and emotion.
I was brought into Louis Vuitton to shake things up and it didn’t always sit with the people who were there before me. A lot of ideas that I had early on, I was told: You can’t put this on the runway. And it really was when I stopped listening to everybody and did what I thought was right, that I was brought in to do. I personally feel good when I take a risk, I’m proud of myself when I take a chance and I think you should too. I hope you’ll learn fashion is not art, it’s the art of living. See what you really love and what you feel you have some kind of connection to. Create your own voice, your own vision, your own style. Taking creative risks is what fashion is about.’ /Marc Jacobs/

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