Via mirror selfie, Beckham shared her new look: a two-piece knit set from her own label consisting of a striped turtleneck and maxi skirt. “Elasticated waistbands the Official The Santalorian and Baby Yoda Spit it out it’s just a toy Christmas 2020 shirt and I will buy this VB way,” Beckham wrote of the latter piece. With its bright color-blocking and streamlined knitwear, the matching set is the perfect mixture of being comfortable while still appearing put-together (you know, for those important Zoom meetings). She also accessorized the fit with a phone case bearing her initials on it, as well as a pair of cream peep-toe boots, a hotly-contested shoe, but a favorite of hers nonetheless. Is there anything she can’t pull off?
Bally presented a 20-frame coed look book for this compact collection, alongside a pleasant short film in which a group of models wore the Official The Santalorian and Baby Yoda Spit it out it’s just a toy Christmas 2020 shirt and I will buy this clothes as they wandered wonderingly through the countryside. The film was titled Daydream, and daydreaming is very nice, but in Bally’s new three-floor store on a prime Via Montenapoleone position, the company’s CEO, Nicolas Girotto, was rightfully more concerned with reality.