And it's lovely
With New York Fashion Week starting last Friday, the past few days have seen shows from Alexander Wang to Calvin Klein grace the big apple.
Yesterday however was Victoria Beckham's turn as she debuted her new spring/summer 2018 collection on Sunday evening, mixing classic tailoring, ice cream shades and 'Cinderella' shoes.
It wasn't just the sparkly footwear or unusual colour palette that got everyone talking however, with VB's supportive family stealing the show.
Proud husband David and 18-year-old son Brooklyn showed their support from the front row, both taking to social media to rave about the show.
’Great show today very proud to be in NYC with this handsome young man,' David posted to Instagram alongside a snap of the two of them, while Brooklyn posted a video of the show captioned 'Very proud'.
He later posted another photo of his mum post-show, before the Beckham clan all went for a post-show meal to celebrate.
Brooklyn recently left home to start university in New York, where he's studying photography at Parsons School of Design.
Victoria uploaded a tearful photo of her and Brooklyn the night before he left, posting 'We are all so proud of you Brooklyn. Amazing A level results and off to college. We love you so much and will miss you #yesiamcrying #emotional x.'
Just three weeks later however, the 43-year-old fashion designer seemed thrilled to be reunited with her son at her NYFW show, posting a photo of the two of them backstage.
'Look who I bumped into back stage! Love u @brooklynbeckham X #VBSS18,’ Victoria posted to her 17 million followers.
There was sadly no sign of Romeo, Cruz or Harper - usually regulars on the VB Frow but given that school has just started, we completely understand.
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