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Victoria Beckham Wants To Dress Hillary Clinton

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Victoria Beckham isn’t short of celebrities wearing her collections.

When Fern Mallis, for her Fashion Icons series at the 92nd Street Y, The Cut asked VB who she would like to dress, her response was Hillary Clinton. Great choice, I think VB collections would suit Hilary. The collections tend to be sophisticated and simple, which are timeless pieces.

From her low key VB launch in September 2008, Victoria has turned her fashion label into a global success. Initially known for her dresses then expanding into handbags and classic garments.

According to The Whispr Group, in September 2012 at New York Fashion Week, Victoria Beckham was the most talk about Designer on social media Twitter.

The Designer opened her first 3 floor store on Dover Street, London in September 2014 and the layout has been compared to an art gallery. Well fashion is art!

Here are a few celebrities in her collections.

Beyonce

Cameron Diaz

Demi Moore

Kim Sears

Michelle Williams

Heidi Klum

Eva Longoria

Louise Redknapp

And of course Victoria Beckham herself!

Here’s a peak at Victoria Beckham’s AW Fall collection 2015…


Video youtube Victoria Beckham

Images Source oliviapalermo.com, Tumblr, Dailymail.

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http://www.vogue.co.uk/news/2015/06/05/victoria-beckham-hm-collaboration---dressing-hillary-clintonVictoria Beckham On Dressing Hillary Clinton (Vogue.co.uk) HAVING dressed Oscar-winning actresses and supermodels in the past, Victoria Beckham’s next target is, perhaps unsurprisingly, the woman that all of America is talking about.

“Hillary Clinton,” the designer told Fern Mallis, for her Fashion Icons series at the 92nd Street Y, The Cut reports, choosing the former Secretary of State and 2016 presidential candidate without hesitation. “I would love to meet her, I would love to dress her.”

As for the next direction for her growing business, Beckham is looking to broaden her price points. “I’d like to work on clothing pricing and I’d like to reach more people, and I would like to offer clothes to people who don’t want to pay designer prices,” she said.

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