With enviable front row seats for Victoria’s presentation during New York’s most stylish week,
and the couple’s oldest son
, 16, (
, 13, Cruz, 10, and usual attendee
, 4, were absent) cheered the 41-year-old on with beaming pride.
The Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection included bright and tropical patterned dresses, intermixed with minimalist pieces in an array of fabrics – including leather and suede. Plaid, tailored jackets were paired with matching, loose trousers and simple, chunky footwear.
Victoria took the runway for the show’s end in one of her usual chic black ensembles. Donning black pumps and a messy ponytail, the star greeted the applause with her trademark pout.
Both David and Brooklyn took to social media to praise the designer’s work, sharing an up-close look at the sleek-haired runway models during the presentation’s finale.
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“Another amazing show. Well done mum,” wrote Brooklyn, a sentiment echoed in his father’s own Instagram post.
Prior to the show’s start, both Victoria and her family were documenting the extensive preparation process.
The jet-setting fashionista pumped up the excitement with a photo of the empty catwalk, and wrote, “2 hours till show time x vb #VBSS16.” Brooklyn wished his mom good luck, and shared his own photo of the then-quiet runway.
Victoria also gave several sneak peeks at the line and models early Saturday.
A shot of the show’s elaborate seating plan previewed the lengthy and intricate path the models would follow to show off their threads.
Two other images featured veteran walker Maartje Verhoef (she was in a staggering 66 shows for last year’s SS15) and model Rianne Van Rompaey in the show’s bright-eyed and big-browed beauty look.
– Lindsay Kimble