Victoria Beckham dazzled the fashion pack when she unveiled the Autumn/Winter 2015 collection of her eponymous line during New York Fashion Week and now just a few weeks later she has once again showcased her skills as a designer. The 40-year-old has revealed the new autumn collection of her label's sister line, Victoria, in a striking campaign shot by legendary photographer Colin Dodgson.
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The new campaign for Victoria was shot by photographer Colin Dodgson
The mother-of-four released the campaign images on her Facebook account on Wednesday morning, with fans taking to the social media website to express their admiration for her new designs.
The quirky images see the models receiving yellow tulips through the letter box and lying down on the ground with their eyes closed as they pose in denim jumpsuits, gingham patterned tops and printed long-sleeved mini dresses, for a retro chic vibe as part of the brand's 'free spirited and fun' aesthetic.
"For the past four seasons, we have invited a photographer to interpret the Victoria Victoria Beckham collection according to their own creative vision for our look book imagery," a representative of the label told the Evening Standard.
Victoria Beckham at the British Fashion Awards in 2014
It's been a successful few weeks for Victoria who once again has dazzled fans with her latest collection for her main eponymous fashion label. Husband David was sat front row with the couple's four children Harper, Cruz, Romeo and Brooklyn, with iconic editor Anna Wintour also taking to the coveted seats to view the new collection.
Backstage, Victoria was reunited with her family as she posed for group photographs. The former Spice Girl had received a sweet card from her children ahead of the show, which bore the message: "Good luck with the show mummy. Love, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper. xxxx."
David, who recently announced that he would be launching his own fashion label, has previously spoken out about his admiration for his wife and her ever growing fashion career. "She's won the respect of the fashion industry and many other people as well," he said, talking about her move from pop star to designer.