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Victoria Beckham; Givenchy; Loewe
Valentino wins the award for the most star-studded audience. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was there in an ethereal white draped gown and boots, Simone Ashley rocked a leather mini skirt and boxy jacket, and there were plenty of stylish guys on show too, including Penn Badgley and Andrew Garfield.
Few front rows could top this line up at Victoria Beckham’s show. Naturally David was front and centre, joined by Harper Seven, Cruz, Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz-Beckham. The family was seated next to Anna Wintour and (a very late) Kim Kardashian, who slotted in moments before the show kicked off.
The Viral Moment
This has to be Taylor Russell taking her seat at Loewe in a steel ‘coat of armour’ – luckily there was someone on hand to hand her a boxy jacket so she could actually sit down. Did you spot Anna Wintour herself, a couple of seats away, looking over in admiration?
Loewe confirmed that long boxy leather shorts are here to stay, exhibiting multiple variations on the trend. While its collection is set for summer, you can still hop on the look in this transitional period – adding blazers and knits to nail it now, then shirts and tees next year.
The Tailoring Twist
Tailoring is always a talking point at PFW and this season saw a feminine twist on the trend. The Valentino runway showcased super long blazers paired with floor-skimming silky skirts, proving that tailoring will be soft and sexy next summer. We love this trend and will be getting ahead of it with skinny rollnecks and pointed boots.
The Wow Factor
The Swan Song
Tears were shed as Naomi Campbell, in a stunning silver dress, closed Sarah Burton’s final collection for Alexander McQueen. Marking the end of 26 years at the British fashion brand for Burton, the SS24 collection revealed strong rose motifs, exaggerated silhouettes and super sharp shoulders. It was dedicated to the memory of Lee Alexander McQueen, and Burton received a standing ovation as David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’ played out the show.