Why Victoria Beckham’s New LFW Boots Are Already Must Haves

Today at London Fashion Week, Victoria Beckham brought out the boots that will be at the top of every fashionista’s wish list for fall ‘20.

The thigh-high, second-skin styles come in black, chestnut, red, white and blue.

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A model in Victoria Beckham fall ’20 boots in blue.
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White boots on the runway at Victoria Beckham fall ’20.
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In addition to the color options, the boots come in a single-sole heel version or soaring platform treatment.

According to Beckham, she had been “thinking about the tension between refinement and rebellion.” (That statement could have also been a tongue-in-cheek nod to the conflict between her chic reinvention and her former Posh Spice incarnation.)

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A model wears red boots for Victoria Beckham fall ’20.
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Whatever the sole treatment, Beckham’s boots gave preppy kilt and sweater ready-to-wear combos a contemporary kick just on the acceptable side of provocative.

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A sweater-kilt combo with thigh-highs at Victoria Beckham fall ’20.
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The designer also played with heritage fabrics such as tartans and tweeds — creating new silhouettes with her twisted takes on shirt dresses and blouses, raw-edged ruffs and trench coat closures. As for the traditional horse-bit belt, she reimagined it as two skeletal hands encasing the waist.

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A belted look at Victoria Beckham fall ’20.
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She dubbed the collection “my gentle rebellion.” It might be as as close to a full “Spice Girl” reunion tour as we’ll ever get.

Click through the gallery to see more styles from Victoria Beckham’s fall ’20 collection.

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