Wearing an eye-catching look, Harper Beckham almost stole the spotlight in a printed dress and sitting (as she does each season) on her father David Beckham’s lap.
Harper was joined by her brothers Cruz and Romeo (both dressed in Dior), though older brother Brooklyn Beckham was noticeably absent.
The famous family had prime position in the front row for Victoria Beckham’s show at Banqueting House in London, flanked by US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and British Vogue’s Edward Enninful.
The latest range from Posh’s eponymous fashion line was described as sophisticated yet wearable, with the designer teasing that she was not “following the rules” in her design inspo.
“I wanted to explore how to honour tradition but challenge convention. To be subversive yet sophisticated,” Beckham said in a statement released prior to the show.
“The collection is about staying true to ourselves and our woman, but still surprising her, and us. Twisting our codes,” she added.
“This is what I call my gentle rebellion”.
The catwalk featured black dresses worn with platform boots, a checked culotte skirt teamed with a canary-yellow sweater, and a turtleneck dress without-outs.
In one of the hot-ticket shows at LFW, Posh said her autumn/winter 2020/21 collection came from “thinking about the tension between refinement and rebellion”.
“I was inspired by different women’s ideas of women — different characters, different moments and different attitudes — but with no restrictions.”
Models walked on a reflective floor within Banqueting House to a soundtrack including Strange by Celeste, in a room lit by chandeliers and featuring a ceiling painted by Rubens in 1636.
After years showing her line in New York, the former Spice Girl returned to London Fashion Week in 2018 to celebrate the tenth anniversary of her brand and her first show in the British capital.
Posh has since gone into cosmetics with Victoria Beckham Beauty, teaming up with Sarah Creal, a former Estee Lauder executive, who she met during her collaboration with the makeup brand.