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Victoria Beckham's Autumn/Winter 2017 collection will empower women

FashionBy Sunday World
Victoria Beckham's Autumn/Winter 2017 collection will empower women

Victoria Beckham designed her Autumn/Winter 2017 collection to empower women.

The 42-year-old fashion designer launched her eponymous label in 2008 and showcased her new capsule on Sunday (12.02.17) during New York Fashion Week, and she created the garments to avoid making women look "too ladylike".

Speaking to the Telegraph.co.uk about her latest designs, the brunette beauty said: "[The brogue] are intended to make you feel strong and empowered rather than too ladylike.

"A reality... which is very important for me."

And the inspiration behind the creative mastermind's innovative ideas is "always fundamentally" about her own style preferences.

She explained: "It's always fundamentally about what I like to wear."

The former Spice Girls band member - who was known as Posh Spice in the group - favourite garment from her line is the "baggy pants" when they are made in a "flattering way".

She said: "I love the baggy pants. There's a flattering way of doing that. I think it's about getting the cut right, getting the weight of the fabric right."

And Victoria - who has sons Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 14, Cruz, 11, and five-year-old daughter Harper with her husband David Beckham - had the full support of her entire family when she showcased her collection, as she shared a picture of a bouquet of flowers beside a sweet note on her Instagram account.

The letter read: "Good Luck! We love you. David, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz + Harper xxxx (sic)."

And the entrepreneur captioned the post: "Love my babies x @davidbeckham @[email protected] Romeo and Harper!!! X vb (sic)."

And prior to unveiling her new garments the star teased her new line whilst backstage at the show.

Alongside an image of a tailored coat with sheer shirt layered underneath, she wrote: " Tailoring backstage at my #VBAW17 show x VB (sic)."

Whilst another post read: " Backstage #VBAW17 x VB #VBFlatPin (sic)."