In a recent issue of Harper's Bazaar Indonesia, Victoria Beckham looked positively stunning in a jacket signed by Colette Dinnigan.
Within the pages of the fashion magazine, Victoria Beckham showed off her svelte and sexy figure in the sophisticated dresses of Chado Ralph Rucci, Jean Paul Gaultier and Ralph Lauren. The photospread is called Beckingham's Queen. Did I mention she looks stunning?
Implications - Once a style just fit for the army, militaristic themes are seen in a wide variety of collections in the fashion world. The style evokes power, discipline and a sense of a vintage aesthetic given the long history of the military and the evolution of the uniform. It's a design concept that brands provide consumers to help them feel strong, confident and stylish without having to subject themselves to the dangers of war.
Victoria Beckham in Harper's Bazaar
1. Militaristic Fashion - The inclusion of militaristic themes in fashion collections provides brands with a design concept that evokes power and a vintage aesthetic, appealing to consumers' desire for strength and confidence.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can leverage militaristic fashion trends to create collections that resonate with consumers seeking a strong and confident aesthetic.