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Victoria Beckham Fall 2012 Runway Review

When it comes to consistently delivering a stellar line-up of form-fitting, high quality dresses, it's hard to top Victoria Beckham (Roland Mouret aside). This season's streamlined collection offered a slew of perfectly tailored stunners, each of which had just the right amount of detail (think contrasting peter pan collars, handbag-inspired hardware detailing, and slender leather belts) to make a memorable impact while maintaining a sophisticated, albeit often austere, look.

Beckham's aesthetic is, at this point, instantly recognizable but remarkably it's far from growing stale. More impressively, Beckham's collections never feel repetitive despite recurring silhouettes. She clearly knows how to flatter a woman's body and has spot-on taste when it comes to styling— structured bags and boots paired with knee high socks complemented the collection impeccably. Aside from dresses, beautiful outerwear was featured including a sleek black trench and sportier looser fitting coats.