Victoria Beckham is one of the most recognisable faces in fashion, and as one of the five designers of Net-A-Porter’s Green Carpet Capsule Collection, she is now part of a rapidly expanding group of British designers who have embraced sustainable style. For the collection, Victoria has created two GCC gowns, both ethically produced. Victoria has added a signature twist to the elegant floor length Red Carpet gown, with the addition of a ‘front to back’ body. Made from stretch black wool, fully traced and sourced from Australia, the gown was spun, twisted and woven into a contrast bodice with washed satin detailing in Italy.
Victoria’s cocktail dress is the perfect LBD – it’s a sexy, sultry and sophisticated classic, and manages to combine sophisticated tailoring with an innate sexiness. It’s the perfect choice for model Natalia Vodianova, who wore the dress for the launch of the NET-a-PORTER GCC capsule collection at Aspley House. Recognisably Victoria Beckham, the cocktail dress has a sheer back under bra fitted black stretch wool dress with contrast stretch tulle on bodice made with 100% OEKO-TEX certified polyester.
One of the leading faces of the British Fashion Industry, Victoria launched her debut collection at the 2008 New York Fashion Week. Since then, her eponymous label has gone from strength to strength, marking Victoria out as one of the pillars of style in the UK. Her support for the Green Carpet Challenge means that sustainable style is now truly in the mainstream.
Natalia Vodianova and Victoria Beckham, snapped on Natalia’s Instagram @natasuperova