Victoria Beckham does autumn chic in own designs for collection launch

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All eyes were on Victoria Beckham on Wednesday night as she headed to Manchester for the launch of her collection at Selfridges. The style icon looked chic in an ensemble from the new range, with fans immediately coveting her latest designs.

The fashion designer showcased her style credentials in a statement full-length black skirt with pleated detail from her range, consisting of a mix of silk and crepe fabrics. The skirt also features golden chain on the side for a more dressed-up style.

Victoria Beckham


Victoria Beckham rocked her own designs for the launch of her collection in Manchester

Victoria, 40, paired the glamorous skirt with a high neck, knitted cream jumper with long sleeves for an autumn chic look, keeping her accessories to a minimum save for a dazzling ring and a pair of her trademark black stilettos.

The mother-of-four opted for a beauty look which echoed her red carpet style on Monday at the Global Gift Gala with Eva Longoria, wearing her hair down in tousled waves, and opting for dark brown smokey eyes. She completed the classic yet elegant look with nude nail polish.

The British beauty surprised fans on her way to Manchester, as she headed to the city by taking the train from London, although she did opt for some glamour to her journey travelling first class.



 

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Victoria shared a photo of herself on the train on her Instagram account

The fashionista was joined by celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves as well as make-up artist Sarah Lucero, both of whom worked on her and Eva's beauty looks for the Global Gift Gala.

The launch of Victoria's collection in Manchester marks the successful expansion of her brand this year, following the launch of her first flagship launch in London earlier this year, on Dover Street in London's trendy Mayfair.

"A lot of attention has gone into making things look really quite minimal because that's my taste," the 40-year-old designer told the Evening Standard.

"We've put a lot of time and effort into making sure things are perfect," added Victoria. "I put myself in the customer's shoes. I know what it's like to go shopping."

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