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