She's the woman that made the truly successful and effortless transition from Spice Girl to high-end designer. Her name? Victoria Beckham. The designer once again showcased a stellar show this Sunday just gone – debuting her immaculate (and rather androgynous) AW14 collection. Marrying fluid, androgynous silhouettes with her signature feminine pleats, ruffles and chic chain details, Beckham brought to the floor one HELL of an autumnal line. Long lean coats met against distinctive graphic prints and raw finished hems for a fresh twist on the classic Beckham style, while in the FROW the Beckham crew sat applauding, Harper bouncing on David Beckham's knee (she's going to be one stylish little tinker no doubt!).
Backstage, it was Guido Palau for BaByliss working the hair. Palau brought modern, simple hair to the floor - to compliment the clean lines of the collection, saying ‘the Victoria Beckham brand is modern and luxurious and we wanted to create a look that felt nonchalant and easy.' Using the BaByliss PRO Volare Dryer, £100 to blast the hair dry, Guido then employed the BaByliss PRO Dial-A-Heat Ceramic Tongs, £25 to bring out the texture and a slight bend to the hair. A messy parting on each girl was also styled, before pulling their hair into cool, loose, slouchy ponytails.