Former Spice Girl-turned-fashion-designer Victoria Beckham made a triumphant return to her hometown, celebrating ten years of her eponymous fashion label by making her debut at London Fashion Week on Sunday.
The 44-year-old designer showed her Spring/Summer 2019 collection at Thaddaeus Ropac gallery on Dover Street in London, marking the first time Beckham has shown her label on home turf since launching the brand back in April 2008.
And what a homecoming it was! All eyes were turned towards the front row where Beckham’s family including her soccer god husband David, 19-year-old son Brooklyn, 16-year-old son Romeo, 13-year-old son Cruz and seven-year-old daughter Harper, were seated, proudly watching the runway show unfold.
Indeed, David Beckham shared the cutest family pic of their kids at the show on Instagram, capturing his daughter Harper looking like a fashionista-in-the-making thanks to her chic black and white outfit paired with gold floral headpiece.
The soccer star also shared a charming video in the same post, of his wife making a sweet detour on her post-show walk past her family giving each of her kids a kiss.
As for the show itself, the designer scored a major catwalk coup thanks to iconic British model Stella Tennant agreeing to walk in the show, with the 44-year-old telling WWD, “Stella is someone that I have respected for such a long time. She is everything a woman should be and has had the most incredible career. For me to have the opportunity to open with Stella…I hope that was a surprise for you all.”
Beckham told WWD her Spring/Summer 2019 collection was “about celebrating women, and not just the Victoria Beckham woman, but all women. It’s what my customer wants to see.”
Tennant opened the show in a tailored white suit with lace camisole and model Liya Kebede closed the show head-to-toe black, wearing black tailored pants with side buckle closure, a lace and camisole and a clever convertible trench coat.