Victoria Beckham added warmth and color to the gloomy British capital earlier today with her Fall 2019 collection for London’s Fashion Week (LFW). Dedicated to modern women, the collection embraces practical silhouettes, minimal fabrics and vintage vibes. The designer’s determination to speak of subtle power, was evident on the runway. It started from her first look, consisting of a white windowpane-checked skirt suit paired with a striking red blouse and a stunning leopard pair of boots.

According to the designer, the ready to wear collection is an A-Z of a woman’s life; she’s a lady, but she’s not ladylike. She’s proper, but she’s not prim. In general, the collection spoke of liberty and ease; something that was clearly inspired by the designer’s personal style.

The show was attended by a number of fashion experts; including the editor in chief of Vogue magazine, Anna Wintour, who shared the front row with Beckham’s family.