With Jil Sander designing at the label named after her for the first time in 8 years, a fresh look at minimal is due. As she represents the traditional sense, Narciso Rodriguez arouses the details slightly more and a new definition has grown across catwalks you’d least expect. As a true perfectionist, from start to finish Victoria Beckham delivered her strongest collection to date. Seamlessly on trend with a white and black palette, the welcoming influx of poppy red gave the necessary hint of dimension. Beckham took deliberate steps to expand her range of garments. No longer only offering her fitted hourglass silhouettes, she has notably designed more modern, minimal and edgier pieces. The perfectly cut shirts pair effortlessly with the various skirts and pants on offer. Bold horizontal stripes and bright accents represent true Beckham style as she’s well acquainted with strong colour blocked techniques. Well-tailored vests and blazers helped complete the separates category and with their strong presence, the dress category was significantly scaled back. The few that made the cut where triumphant – accentuated with lace inserts and transparencies, enough to appease even the toughest of crowds.