For the Victoria Beckham Spring 2015 collection, the designer was thinking about uniform dressing and the military connotations that the concept implies.
These included the uniform-inspired jute looks, such as the elongated coat with subtle military details like soft epaulets and workwear pockets. Beckham made hers look new and extra desirable with lacing details up the front or down the sides. The knits and graphic stripes made a bolder statement, though she kept the lineup’s surprise for the finale of bright florals that were screen-printed on voluminous woven raffia skirts and shown with white cotton shirts. As she put it, they were “the perfume to the collection.”
This season marked the first time she designed shoes under her own name. Teal velvet giant platforms, and white pointed cowgirl shoes were a hit, so too her handbags with swingy bucket styles and box bags clad in Bordeaux crocodile.