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Victoria Beckham Is Back With Her Second Collection for Reebok

Elevated sportswear inspired by Beckham’s own high-energy exercise routine.

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Victoria Beckham Is Back With Her Second Collection for Reebok

Elevated sportswear inspired by Beckham’s own high-energy exercise routine.

Following her previous collection with Reebok earlier this year, Victoria Beckham has once again partnered with the sportswear giant for a second drop. This time around the Fall/Winter 2019 collection takes inspiration from the designer’s own daily exercise routine through elevated sportswear, influenced by her own journey as a trained dancer.

The collection features both women’s and unisex apparel, as well as new footwear. Sneakers arrive in a creme color as well as a bright neon green, and are available in a low-top silhouette dubbed Bolton Sock Lo as well as a hi-top Bolton Sock Hi design that we previously saw in the duo’s earlier collection. As for apparel, the range follows a color palette of jewel-tones, applied to everything from bras, tights and tank tops, as well as oversized bomber jackets, beanies and an anorak.

The campaign is shot by photographer Mario Sorrenti, and styled by Alistair McKimm. Take a look at the full Victoria Beckhamn x Reebok Fall/Winter 2019 lookbook in the gallery above, and shop the pieces online at www.Reebok.com/VictoriaBeckham.

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