Victoria Beckham looked chic in her favorite all-black look as she launched her boutique in Hong Kong Thursday. The designer opted for a fitted turtleneck teamed with a calf-length skirt and black heels. She was greeted by crowds of fans as she posed happily for pictures and celebrated her latest achievement.
— Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) March 18, 2016
The 41-year-old looked effortlessly chic in head-to-toe in black. She wore a fitted turtle neck top with ribbed detailing and long sleeves. Victoria teamed it up with a matching flared skirt. The loose, bohemian skirt had a mid-calf cut, paired which she paired with simple black heels.
She accessorized with oversize sunglasses while her long brunette locks were kept center-parted and worn into a low ponytail. Victoria also wore a slick of brown lipstick. The mother-of-four carried a black leather satchel to set off her sombre ensemble.
The half-moon bag featured a crescent shaped style in navy. According to VB, the crescent is the shape of the season. The bag also featured a shoulder strap, and embossed logo. It is available in block colors of biscuit, navy, sienna and black with an elongated, adjustable strap.
Wife of retired footballer David Beckham kept her fans updated on social media with a host of behind-the-scenes pictures. She also poked some fun at herself. “I'm wearing VVB… what are you wearing?” she wrote, standing next to a mannequin dressed in one of her designs. She also shared a video clip of her with a hologram fish and asked fans to help name her new friend.
“Every time I’ve visited over the past few years, I’ve taken time to meet with my clients [here], to really get a sense of what excites them and what they want,” said the designer, speaking with the South China Morning Post. She added that Asian women understood luxury, good quality and appreciated when garments were made well and her clothes are.
The 41-year-old designer, who has four children Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 11, and four-year-old Harper with husband David, opened her flagship store on London’s Dover Street three years ago. Her Hong Kong store also follows the same architectural design.