I am a huge fan of the pretty, above-the-knee shift dresses, from the free-spirited sister brand to Victoria Beckham’s eponymous mainline label. I wish I could have an extra closet only with 1960s A-lines dresses in many colors and fabrics for every season.
Mrs Beckham told Vogue.com: ‘It’s not a second line, or a diffusion line – it’s another line, another side to my wardrobe.
‘This is a way to give my customers what they want. They are really easy-to-wear day dresses.
‘You can wear everything with heels, but you can wear them with flats as well. And they fit a lot of different people. Nothing’s tight: everything’s quite comfortable and roomy.’
And that’s why I love the A-line dresses: Shillouette loose-fitting dresses that have a more casual feel, no zippers, pockets in front!
Almost ready: A Harvey Nichols worker finishes off a window display which was a collaboration with quirky illustrator and film-maker, Quentin Jones (January 2012)