by Stephen Garner

Reebok has launched the second collection from its partnership with Victoria Beckham. The new collaboration is an evolution of the debut collection’s range of sportswear, taking inspiration from the designer’s daily high-energy exercise routine and her journey as a trained dancer.

The new collection includes a range of women’s and unisex apparel, footwear and accessory pieces, featuring enhanced performance benefits and refined tailoring—a result of Reebok and Beckham’s shared mission to marry performance with style. The collection’s unisex outerwear pieces have a streetwear feel, which sits alongside the more-delicate, balletic-inspired performance apparel, like sheer bras, briefs, and off-the-shoulder tops.

The city of London and its youth culture remain key influences in the Reebok x Victoria Beckham collection. Urban-technical fabrics in a fashion-forward color palette of neon and earth tones are mixed with militaristic shades of khaki and navy.  Outerwear items, including windbreakers, bomber crewnecks, and anoraks feature bold branding and graphics, an homage to the apparel of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s. Grounding the collection is footwear in a dynamic palette of khaki, black, neon yellow, and navy brought to life on the ‘90s-inspired Bolton Sock silhouettes. 

“I designed each piece to make the wearer feel confident in their style without compromising on high-performance features,” said Beckham. “Working out makes me feel strong and empowered and that ethos is reflected throughout the collection.”

“We are thrilled to launch our second collection with Victoria, building off the excitement and success of our inaugural range,” added Kelly Hibler, general manager of Reebok Classics. “United by a shared goal to make our consumer feel supported and powerful in all aspects of their lives, we continue to find the perfect balance between style and sport.”

The Reebok x Victoria Beckham fall/winter ‘19 collection comes alive through campaign imagery from the creative vision of photographer Mario Sorrenti and stylist Alastair McKimm.