The British designer has joined forces with Reebok on a new athleticwear collection—and you’re going to want everything.

Victoria Beckham has had a busy year. Following on from her SS19 homecoming – when she showed for the first time in London to celebrate the tenth anniversary of her label. And this time around, VB has joined forces with the British sportswear behemoth, Reebok, to present a line of fashion-focused streetwear-inspired activewear.

While Beckham’s eponymous line is pretty refined in contrast, moving into activewear made perfect sense for the designer. “Keeping fit is a huge part of my life, and I’ve grown up with Reebok, so when they opportunity to collaborate came up I jumped at the chance. I’m all for experimenting and adding another string to my bow,” she explains. “Not only does Reebok have an important British heritage that I love, they were also pioneers in the development of women’s sportswear.”

Victoria Beckham x Reebok Debut Collection Unites Fashion and Performance

Reebok x Victoria Beckham Season 1

But just because it’s activewear, don’t think for a second that the line doesn’t incorporate VB’s slick, signature tailoring. Muted, neutral tones are paired with loud pops of orange, and the line features true sportswear such as leggings, sports-bras and treads, to streetwear such as oversized bombers, high-neck jerseys, as well as split-leg bottoms. The lookbook which is styled by Alastair McKimm speaks to the street inclinations and audience the designer is looking to tap into.

Beckham drew inspiration for the collection from her experiences living in Los Angeles and London, as laid-back Californian spirit meets refined British tailoring. The assortment of essential performance and streetwear pieces ultimately reflects a contemporary lifestyle, taking the wearer from the gym to the streets.

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“The idea behind this collection was to mix the relaxed attitude of streetwear with the technical performance of sportswear, whilst staying true to the minimal aesthetic of my brand – and incorporating unisex pieces which was key for me when developing the collection,” Victoria explains.

“I wanted a collection that works with a busy schedule like mine. The pieces have the technical ability that I need for the gym but are simple and adaptable enough to work with my lifestyle and I have personally wear tested each performance piece during workouts.”

While more expensive than other Reebok lines, this collection does have lower price points than Victoria Beckham’s main collection, with prices starting at £24.95-£44.95 for socks and bras, and going up to £500 for coats. Victoria Beckham’s debut Reebok collection is available now at select retailers and online.