Victoria Hayes Spring 2020

If you desire sexy, va va voom garments with a modern panache, then Victoria Hayes spring 2020 collection gives you a lot to choose from. Still, this was not a collection for the kittenish, come-hither sex siren. This was mélange of strong silhouettes for the modern woman who is not only empowered but is not afraid to show off her curves and her sexy side.

This woman embraces her sexuality and her strong sensual self not for a man and not even for her girlfriends. This feminine celebration reflects how this woman feel about herself; empowered, self-assured, and bomb ass sexy!!

Since the Toronto-based Victoria Hayes launched her eponymous collection in 2016, her clothes have always been about a woman’s strength. Whether it be her sexual power, or strength found through beauty and bold color, Hayes’ woman is always resplendent and fashion forward.

For her spring 2020 collection, Hayes was inspired by the 90s action sports comedy “Space Jam” and 1990s nostalgia. There was also a strong Western aesthetic in this collection.

True to form, many of the looks in this collection were showstopper looks that would fantastic on that celebrity who wants to grab attention, or that celeb who is not shy about demonstrating a strong, in-your-face sex siren vibe.

With astute attention to detailing with hand painted-prints, colorful silks and ornate embellishments, the Victoria Hayes spring 2020 collection explores the dichotomy of present-day womanhood; beautiful and aggressive, romantic yet protective, tough but precious. And Hayes accentuated her beautiful, yet powerful collection by having some of the best runway walkers in her show. Hayes even had supermodel Coco Rocha close the show!! (Coco Rocha often wears Victoria Hayes on red carpet.)

Though Hayes’ spring 2020 collection was great distillation on the modern-day, strong sexy woman, there were a some looks that bordered on “Viva Las Vegas.” Some the embellishments on some of the garments were a bit overdone. And perhaps, Hayes, at times. should explore the “less is more” fashion dictum.

Images courtesy of MAO PR

Still, Victoria Hayes, for the most part, accomplished in this collection what she set out to do, presenting the modern female consumer with options seen through lens of Hayes’ own design aesthetic. And there were ample options to choose from.

And as one of the opening shows for New York Fashion Week: The Shows spring 2020 season, this was a surefire hit. You rule Victoria, and victory to the victor!!

William S. Gooch

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