Victoria Beckham has launched her first activewear collection with Reebok, having announced her collaboration with the sports brand in April 2018.
The Spring 2019 line features premium sportswear products ranging in price from £29 to £500, the designs of which have all been inspired by Beckham's experiences of living in London and Los Angeles.
The aim of the collection is to allow consumers to transition effortlessly from the street to the gym, without feeling the need to sacrifice fashion in favour of high-quality activewear, according to the press release.
While the collection includes separate clothing for men and women, it also offers a variety of unisex clothing.
This was “key” for Beckham when establishing the range's aesthetic, she says.“Each piece is designed to flex, adapt and transition for the optimum workout, but it was also important that I created something that is fashion-froward and can blend seamlessly into any wardrobe,” the former Spice Girls members adds.
“These pieces can take you from the gym to the office, with the school run in between. ”
Beckham expressed her excitement over the range's launch on Instagram by posting a couple photos of herself posing in front of a mirror wearing trainers, leggings, a crop top and cap from the line.