Each season you're guaranteed two things at the Victoria Beckham show. 1) A swarm of show-goers snapping pics of David (but, sadly no Harper this season) and 2) whispers on the front row of whether Victoria can pull off another collection.
Let's face it, as an ex-Spice Girl turned fashion designer, Victoria's had to work harder than most to achieve credibility. But since her debut in 2008, Mrs Beckham has gone on to defy critics and build a reputable and successful fashion brand. This was further cemented with a SS15 collection of highly desirable and wearable clothes.
Drawing on military uniforms as inspiration, she sent dresses and tunics with epaulettes and safari-like patch pockets down the runway. Wool trousers came pleated, waists were neatly nipped with internal belts and rib knit dresses and jersey skirts - some with fluted hems - fell to mid-calf.
The colour palette was at first kept simple in cream, navy, claret and cappuccino, then interspersed with monochrome - a chevron-striped jumpsuit was a definite standout - while later oversized lily-esque prints in pinks and yellows added a typical spring touch.
But it was the shoes that got everyone Instagram-happy. Winklepickers in leopard or floral print - her first debut in shoe design - were the final proof of how she knows what women want to wear now.
It's not surprising that her show notes announced the opening of her own stand-alone store this autumn on London's Dover Street. Who wouldn't want to look like the Victoria Beckham woman we saw today, effortlessly strolling down the runway?