Victoria Beckham celebrates Big Apple show success with Harper and David

Victoria Beckham goes for dinner after New York Fashion Week show with dughter Harper Beckham and husband David

Celebrations were in order after Victoria Beckham won over the Big Apple style set with her Spring/Summer 2014 collection. So the triumphant fashion designer headed out for dinner with her two biggest fans - proud husband David Beckham and daughter Harper.

The father-and-daughter team – who were joined at upmarket eaterie Balthazar by Victoria's parents Jacqueline and Tony – had cheered on the former Spice girl at Sunday's show – the first of her two shows scheduled to take place during New York Fashion Week.



It had been a resounding success, garnering praise from style critics, who commented on Victoria's change in direction. The gold slippers and structured silhouettes of a few seasons ago had made way for a collection which mixed feminine looks with masculine-inspired pieces using menswear fabrics.

But guests – including American Vogue editor Anna Wintour – found themselves distracted from the striking collection by the sight of adorable Harper sitting on her daddy's knee in the front row.

Backstage, the designer said: "I still love a fitted dress, but there is another side of me that wants to feel at ease and relaxed as well as sharp and feminine."


In an earlier Twitter post, the 39-year-old explained what she had set out to do with the new line.

"I have set boyish elements against a sense of femininity that is manifested through the use of lines, waves and textured overlays," she wrote. "What became most important to me was to convey a feeling of balance across the collection."

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