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Home > Videos > Insider London Fashion Week Special : Interview with Victoria Beckham

Insider London Fashion Week Special : Interview with Victoria Beckham

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Interview with designer victoria beckham: limitations can be liberating, working remotely for this collection.we reacted spontaneously. we were instinctive. we asked ourselves: what's changed? who do we want to be? what will we desire? freedom to explore, to dress up, to be yourself. it's rooted in our true dna, our language, strong tailoring, shop culture, modernity and dressing women. eclectic is a word i keep returning to this season. it really does encapsulate the woman, her attitude, her nonchalance. there are different silhouettes.different facets of dressing : coats, flud dresses, denim and elongated trousers. hemlines are longer, fits easier. there’s a fluidity, an ease. it is about a true wardrobe. this collection is rooted in reality, in life and in living, but it's a dream inspired by reality.music from the fashion show presentation (only use in the context of this presentation, covered under the right to information)