Victoria Beckham was the epitome of chic as she stepped out in London on Friday.
The fashion designer, who last week unveiled her Spring/Summer 2015 collection at New York Fashion Week to rave reviews, was visiting her new London flagship store.
David Beckham's wife wore a black caped top and skinny jeans paired with simple black pointed stilettos and a tartan tote. Topping off the look was her signature accessory – a pair of oversized sunglasses.
Victoria Beckham stepped out in London to visit her Dover Street store
Victoria kept her long locks straight for the trip to the Mayfair store.
Last month, the former Spice Girl shared a picture from the site, revealing that the construction on the store was nearly finished and that, providing everything goes to plan, the shop should open this Autumn.
Pharrell Williams was spotted paying a visit to the store earlier this month.
Pharrell Williams was spotted visiting the site earlier this month
Last week, husband David and eldest son Brooklyn were front row alongside Anna Wintour to watch Victoria unveil her SS15 collection.
Victoria's signature dresses had evolved from figure-hugging into more relaxed silhouettes with structure found in the details –high-waisted belts and oversized pockets.
A classic monochrome palette — black and white stripes featured heavily — was broken up with bolts of oxblood red and safari taupe and Victoria had even showcased florals for the first time in shades of pink.
The show marked the first time that Victoria has included shoes as part of her brand.
However, the fashionista crowd were shocked to discover that the footwear was not made up of sky-high stilettos - Victoria is known for her love of heels – but mostly flat shoes.
The shoes embraced the current trend for a more masculine style and the few heels that featured boasted a bulky platform.
Talking about her collection backstage, Victoria said, "My starting point was the idea of a uniform.
"I wanted something minimal and graphic with a slightly raw element. Over the seasons I've loosened up the fit of my clothes – but they still make you look long and lean, they're still wearable," she added.