• SAG Awards 2018: Best dressed on the red carpet

    SAG Awards 2018: Best dressed on the red carpet


  • Victoria Beckham's SS18 fashion show was the stuff of dreams

    Two words: Sparkly shoes! And they were named after Harper.


    10 Sep 2017

    You can always count on Victoria Beckham to get all of us excited for Spring Summer 2018...

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    And for giving us a David Beckham FROW fix...

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    No, but seriously back to the fashion, can we just fast forward time so that we can wear sparkly heels named after their daughter Harper?

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    Today VB showed her newest collection to the style mavens and fashion insiders on the front row in New York. She, of course, looked amazing herself...

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    GLAMOUR's Fashion Director Natalie Hartley loved the show, saying: "I loved the tailoring and the layering of short sleeved shirts over long sleeves and the trousers were a strong straight leg shape."

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    The colour palette was probably the most exciting part about VB's newest collection; mint green, silver metallic hues, vibrant red and lilac - it was all about embracing colour.

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    Natalie agrees: "It was nice to see a wearable colour palette. Personally my favourite colour was the lilac - it seems to be around a lot for SS18 as well."

    And don't worry, if you're not a fan of ice-cream-inspired hues, VB has also created the dream black dress for your Spring Summer 2018 wardrobe.

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    Oh, and can we just say thank you to Redken for giving us the most wearable "done but undone" hair of the season so far...

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    This is the 'do we wear all the time, and yay, now we're so on trend.

    The beauty look for the show - created by Estee Lauder using Victoria Beckham's beauty collection - was paired back with super fresh glowing skin.

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    Highlighted cheekbones were created using Morning Aura Illuminating Creme. The finishing touches was the Matte Lipstick in Victoria.