The designer will bring her effortless sense of chic to a line for women, girls, toddlers, and babies

By Emily Kirkpatrick
Updated October 20, 2016 08:38 AM
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Even though everyone’s still recovering from last night’s grand star-studded spectacle courtesy of Kenzo x H&M, there’s already a new fast fashion collaboration in the works to get psyched about: Victoria Beckham will be bringing her high-priced luxury line to a Target near you. This announcement is a dream for working women, stylish babies and minimalists everywhere, as Beckham is the queen of suiting separates and masterfully tailored blouses.

And it’s not just her eponymous line that’s achieved the art of effortless chic and unexpected basics, but Beckham herself, who also happens to be her collection’s best spokeswoman. So to celebrate these two brands joining forces, we’ve gathered together a few of the former Spice Girl‘s best looks we hope to see hit the shelves of Target come April.

The big box store announced late Wednesday that they would be partnering with Beckham for a limited edition l, 200+ piece collection inspired by her Victoria, Victoria Beckham diffusion womenswear line as well the designer’s own personal style. The collection will include bold colors and clean lines she’s known for, with sizing up to 3X, as well as clothes for girls and babies. But the best news is surely the prices, which will range from $6 to $70 with most things coming in under $40.

Of course, suiting is what Victoria is known for best, usually pairing a wide-leg or slim-cut trouser with a silk blouse and a knee-length overcoat, occasionally adding in a neon pop of color for contrast. But although blazers and pants are her bread and butter, the designer also knows a thing or two about creating the perfect sundress and full skirt moment, not to mention she always seems to be wearing our dream pair of blackout shades. And should Beckham decide to dredge up some of her iconic stage looks from her Posh Spice days for the collection, we wouldn’t say no to those ’90s gems either.

The full collection will be available at Target stores and online beginning April 9, with select pieces available internationally via, so you might want to start practicing your mad shelf grabs now.

What styles do you hope Victoria Beckham makes for her Target line? Will you be buying it in April? Sound off below!