- Her anniversary catwalk show was held at Mayfair’s Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, next to her flagship Dover Street store
- The designer, 44, was supported by her husband David, 43, children; Brooklyn, 19, Romeo, 16, Cruz, 13, and Harper, seven, on the FROW
- Victoria’s sister Louise as well her parents Anthony and Jackie Adams were also in attendance alongside fashion elite
- It was the first time that Victoria had held her fashion show in London, rather than New York
- The style star’s LFW showcased her SS19 collection which was filled with classic silhouettes and bold block colour
- Anti-fur activists protested outside the venue of her anniversary show, despite her brand never using fur
- Following the landmark presentation, Victoria confirmed her label will continue to remain fur free
She recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of her namesake label.
And Victoria Beckham, 44, was overcome with emotion after making her brand’s London Fashion Week debut at Mayfair’s Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac on Sunday with the support of her husband David, 43, and children; Brooklyn, 19, Romeo, 16, Cruz, 13, and Harper, seven.
The singer-turned-designer planted a kiss on her long-term love’s cheek as she triumphantly took to the runway after showcasing her SS19 collection to the fashion’s elite, with her proud parents, Jackie and Anthony Adams, and sister Louise also sitting in the FROW.
Victoria kept to her chic style and donned a pair of sleek black trousers for the occasion with a beige oversized blazer, which she stylishly rolled up to her elbows.
Walking out to applause following her debut LFW show, she quickly spotted her brood on the FROW and rushed towards them to plant a kiss on their cheeks.
It was proud moment for the designer and her family as they all collectively took to their social media channels to give their fans a glimpse of her SS19 collection and share their congrats.
Victoria took to her Instagram story and shared a shot of a bouquet of red roses which featured a card from her family that read: ‘Congratulations, we’re so proud of you. Love David, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper xxx.’
Spotted: Walking out to applause following her debut LFW show, she quickly spotted her brood on the FROW
Delight: Victoria looked thrilled with how her debut LFW show went alongside her family
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It’s been a busy few weeks for Victoria Beckham! Fresh from boating her way around the French Riviera with her family, Victoria celebrated her brand’s 10th anniversary by recreating her 2008 Marc Jacobs campaign shoot and now she’s preparing for her London Fashion Week debut.
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While David shared a candid clip on his Instagram story of Victoria walking towards them and greeting her family following her successful runway display.
Earlier in the morning, Victoria arrived to the show space looking effortlessly chic in a pair of blue tailored trousers as she made her way inside the venue.
Her form-fitting trousers featured a daring slit placed just above her feet which highlighted her strappy black heels. The fashionista teamed the vibrant garment with a nude-coloured bodysuit and oversized beige blazer.
Keeping her accessorises to a minimum, she carried her vibrant red handbag under her arm and donned a pair of statement shades. The mother-of-four worked her tresses into a messy low ponytail and sported a neutral beauty look.
Victoria’s appearance comes as she celebrates her namesake fashion label’s 10th anniversary. In a major fashion week shake-up, the British style star has opted to bring her usual catwalk show across the Atlantic to the UK for the first time, swapping NYFW for LFW.
The show will hosted at Mayfair’s Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, next to the Victoria Beckham flagship store on Dover Street. The event was streamed live to Piccadilly Circus for all to see.
Meanwhile, David looked utterly dapper in a black tailored suit with a white shirt and black tie. The former football star held onto daughter Harper, who looked adorable in a black dress with a white lace collar, as they exited their car for the grand occasion.
Following suit, teenager Cruz put on a jazzy display in a bold tiger-print shirt with black denim jeans. Victoria’s eldest son Brooklyn, 19, was pictured entering the show space, holding onto a camera and clad in his usual dapper thread.
While brother Romeo, 16, looked effortlessly cool in a camouflage shearling-lined jacket, distressed denim jeans and a white T-shirt.
A proud moment for the whole family, Victoria’s mother Jackie and father Anthony Adams made their way inside the venue for her LFW debut alongside sister Louise Adams.
Celebrating the feat, Victoria marked the occasion in the capital by showing off her flexibility in a fun Instagram shot on Friday.
The former Spice Girl pulled off her famous ‘leg pose’ at the end of the catwalk, lifting her slender leg high up in the air and pulling it forward, as her other leg rested on the ground.
Sister, sister: Victoria’s sister Louise Adams arrived to the event with her family
VB’s famous leg pose was debuted in March 2016 when she shared a snap of herself with her perfect pins opening further than a 90 degree angle – and with her stiletto-heeled foot pointed gracefully.
She later joked that her impressive posture was down to ballet. ‘It’s amazing what you can do in culottes…those ballet classes are paying off! Thank u @edwardbarsamian and @voguemagazine! Kisses from LA x vb,’ she wrote.
Reclining casually on a sofa on a luxurious-looking hotel room she looked sensational in a pair of loose-fitting black culottes and a strapless top, giving the illusion of a jumpsuit.
The mother-of-four originally trained as a dance instructor as her family wanted her to have a ‘fall back’ career. She studied tap, jazz and ballet at Laine Theatre Arts in Epsom, Surrey.
Speaking about Posh’s pose, Kirsten McCarron, founder of PureBallet dance classes, said: ‘You need to be dedicated to get results like that. She has done ballet since she was young, which helps, but for great flexibility you really have to stick at it.’
The pose was later copied by stars including Kourtney Kardashian and Amanda Holden.
As Victoria launched her latest collection at LFW, it was reported that her fashion label is losing £4,000 a day.
Accounts filed by the company show it has been far from smooth sailing- with losses of nearly £12 million over an eight year period, which works out at roughly £4,000 a day.
According to The Times, the business has debts of almost £10 million and loans to the business doubled to £12 million during the same year.
This is despite the fashion label managing to generate sales of nearly £169 million over the eight-year period.
However, Naomi Braithwaite, a fashion marketing and branding lecturer at Nottingham Trent University, said running deficits is ‘not unique in this industry and not necessarily a sign that she is any the less credible.’
She added: ‘It takes a time to build a brand and she is competing with labels that have a very long established history.
Speaking to ELLE magazine, after the runway Victoria admitted: ‘I was so nervous. I get so nervous, I really do.
‘You spend months and months creating the collection and I am always conscious of doing my best. I want to give my customer what she wants,
‘I was very nervous because you never know what might happen. One of the girls might have fallen down the stairs or I might have fallen down! I’m just as nervous, possibly more, than I was when I first started.’
The pop star-turned-businesswoman feels she has grown with her label and ‘understands’ the industry and her customers a lot more now, though she still doesn’t think she knows everything.
She said: ‘I have grown a lot, I understand my customer more now, I understand the business, but I continue to learn. I am like a sponge.
‘Recently I have learned an enormous amount about the digital side of things and how important it is. I know how much my customer wants things and also that she wants it quickly, so the ecomm experience has to be easy and fast.
‘I was a pop star going into the fashion industry, that could have gone one of two ways.
‘The thing that got to me was the waiting – back at that time things weren’t as instant, so you didn’t see reviews until the end of the day. You don’t get feedback for a long, long time; it is not as instant as it is now.’