Is there a Victoria Beckham high street collaboration in the works?

The designer expressed her interest in creating a lower-priced line.

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Fans of Victoria Beckham's designs who don't have a designer clothing budget may soon be able to get their own piece of her eponymous label, for a snippet of the price.

Yesterday Beckham took part in a talk with New York Fashion week founder Fern Mallis in New York and opened up about her aspirations for her label.

When the subject of H&M's designer collaborations were raised, (the next one of which it was announced last month will be Balmain) the designer said she'd "love to do something like that."

And it's not a matter of if, but when:

"I want to offer clothes to people who can't pay designer prices. It's just figuring out who to do it with and when to do it." She explained.

Beckham's mainline collection retails on average around £1,500 for a dress meaning a high street collaboration would make the brand accessible to a far wider audience.


The obvious candidate for a range is H&M who are famous for their yearly designer collaborations. Beckham would be following in good footsteps with Lanvin, Karl Lagerfeld, Versace and Alexander Wang all having teamed up with the store.