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GIRL POWER: VB'S Collection For ANY Budget, Size AND Age

20 March 2017, 01:15 | Myron Mathis

Victoria Beckham's First Target Ad (Set to the Spice Girls!) Is Here - and She Reveals that She and Harper Have Already Worn the Pieces

Sniffing out the truth The 42-year-old designer had the spotlight turned on her as the youngsters- including a Harper Beckham lookalike- asked her a series of questions

This time around-and for the first time ever-Target will be stocking plus-size pieces from a designer collaboration on the shelves of its brick-and-mortar locations. Victoria Beckham has unveiled her full collection for the USA retailer, Target and it doesn't matter what your budget is, how old you are OR what size of dress you wear.

'He inspires me every day, with the children, the way he treats me; it just works.

Mulling over their relationship history, David also revealed the rather freaky dates they once shared: 'I drove down, I picked her up. we used to sit in a Harvester vehicle park and we just used to kiss, of course, and spend time together'.

Given her democratic approach to dress in this collection it seems this could well be the most Victoria collection to date.

It is a juggling act constantly, I'm very lucky that David is the most fantastic father and husband. "We are lucky to have each other".

She is also thrilled to be offering matching mummy-and-me dresses in the line, including one in black with a white collar and rabbit designs on each collar's point.

Victoria Beckham's clothing line for the masses arrives next month and fans of the designer are getting their first look at what to expect.

Victoria said: "There won't be a reunion because I think that when we performed at the [London] Olympics, that was so great and that was us celebrating everything that we'd achieved". "I'll always be Posh", she quipped. "I've always said [the VVB collection] is the other side to my personality, it's the other half of my suitcase".

Beckham, noting that the collection also includes items like coloring books, says the inspiration was the things she and her daughter Harper do together. Or the collections might not be a huge hit with shoppers, as was the case with the Marimekko Collection past year.

And never fear, although Target doesn't have stores in the United Kingdom, the collection will available to purchase here on Net-a-Porter.

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