Is This Victoria Beckham’s Creepiest Campaign Yet?

We can’t stop talking about Victoria Beckham‘s eerie new AW15 campaign pictures – and you can see why. 

We’re used to seeing the former Spice Girl’s polished and minimalistic catwalks and campaigns, while her Dover Street shop perfectly reflects her reputation as the classiest, most sophisicated stylista in town.

So imagine our surprise when these quirky images from her latest Victoria, Victoria Beckham collection popped into our Inboxes.

From the model playing dead in a bare magnolia room on the floor with her eyes closed, to the awkward Yogi poses, tulips through the letterbox and mis-matched shoes, it’s the oddest style statement we’ve had yet off Lady Victoria. So what’s it all about? 

The new Victoria, Victoria Beckham AW15 campaign leopard print dress From listless models to mis-matched shoes, it’s not Victoria Beckham’s average campaign…

 

‘For the past four seasons we have invited a photographer to interpret the Victoria Victoria Beckham collection according to their own creative vision’, the label told Mail Online. ‘This season we worked with Colin Dodgson, who is known for his idiosyncratic style of photography, to shoot the AW15 collection within this series.’

But while the models are all listless slumps and glum looks, there’s one thing that does look incredible – the clothes. 

From the vibrant pink collared leather frock to the quirky gingham, voluminous peplums, leopard print tunics and patterned tweed trousers, VB’s AW15 offering is packed full of fun.  

The new Victoria, Victoria Beckham AW15 campaign shots While the models may look awkward, there’s no denying Victoria Beckham’s new AW15 collection looks *fabulous*

 

‘Fabrics are played with and re-interpreted in the inimitable VVB style – leopard print is applied to heavy crepes and blistered silks, checks are applied to angora and bonded with neoprene, gingham is weaved in to a cloque and crystal embroidery is individually shattered and then held together in delicate metallic cases,’ the label says.

‘Colours are vibrant and strong – shocking pink, electric blue and blood red are set against monochrome black and white – all adding to the strong yet still feminine silhouettes.’

Prices range from £225 to £1,250. Drop dead chic.