The Victoria Beckham x Mango collection has landed online - here's the 6 picks I'll be buying

Prices start at £50 for a bra and go up to £300 for the must-have trench coat

Victoria Beckham x Mango models
(Image credit: Mango)

Fresh from celebrating her 50th birthday in style, Victoria Beckham marked another milestone on Tuesday with the release of her brand new collection with Mango.

We've been waiting (and saving up!) ever since the collection was announced three weeks ago, and it certainly doesn't disappoint. Until now we'd only seen a sneak peek of a plunging satin maxi dress, but the former Spice Girls star turned designer's line is actually full of spring capsule wardrobe staples like a trench coat, tailored blazers and chic accessories such as leather sandals and a mini satin bag.

Whilst you can expect to pay into the thousands for Victoria's eponymous collection, Mango's prices range from £50 up to £300 for the trench coat. It's described on the website as 'an exclusive collaboration that reinterprets and elevates wardrobe essentials. Deconstructed shapes and premium materials are the key elements of this collection that is both feminine and bold, reflecting the eclectic and sophisticated identity of the modern woman'.

Like all designer collaborations that hit the high street (everyone remember queueing up for Kate Moss' Topshop range back in the day?), you can expect a sell out, so act fast if you're keen to get involved.

As an avid Spice Girls fan and an even bigger devotee of VB's clothing line myself, this was an opportunity I definitely wasn't going to miss, so read on for the items I'm taking to the checkout.

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Caroline Parr
Digital Fashion Editor

Caroline is Digital Fashion Editor for woman&home, and has been a fashion writer and editor for ten years.

After graduating from the London College of Fashion, she has spent the last decade tracking down and writing about celebrity outfits, covering events ranging from the Met Gala to the King’s Coronation.

She has an encyclopedic knowledge of brands, but always likes to know about new and under the radar labels. She’s originally from Liverpool, and outside of work, her great loves are leopard print and her lively but adorable cocker spaniel, Ghillie.