Mango Taps Victoria Beckham for a Posh Collaboration

The designer and former Spice Girl's pieces just arrived in stores.

Victoria Beckham and Mango creative director in the Mango design studio
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Victoria Beckham is known for her sophisticated, feminine designs and her Posh history, so to speak. And now, the fashion designer, makeup mogul, and former Spice Girl is bringing her talents to the popular Spanish fashion label Mango in a limited-time, affordable collaboration.

Beckham's capsule collection is available in select stores and online today, April 23. The line combines her high-fashion style, "classic British luxury," and Mango's trend-forward approach. Translated into garments, these influences manifest in tailored pieces, feminine dresses, knitwear, statement bags, shoes, and accessories, according to a release from the brand. (Sizes range from XS–L and US 2–10.)

Mango x Victoria Beckham is the latest in a series of collaborations the high street brand has released for its 40th anniversary. Previously, it has designed collections ranging from a line of minimalist workwear with influencer Pernille Teisbaek, to a capsule of beachy vacationwear with SIMONMILLER.

a model climbs a pool ladder wearing two pieces from the Mango x Victoria Beckham collaboration

Victoria Beckham x Mango features carefully-tailored pieces, feminine dresses, knitwear, statement bags, shoes, and accessories.

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Many looks in the collection are keen on crisp whites and breezy fabrics—all the staples for summer work outfits, with some sexy twists. Beckham and Mango shared a photo on Instagram featuring a model seated poolside in a matching white set: pleated, high-waisted trousers and an oversized boxy blazer with nothing underneath except for a long, blue-grey beaded necklace. The model also wears burgundy leather sandals with a toe strap.

Another promotional image shows a model emerging from the water in a white dress, ruched on the sides and slit up the front with a plunging halter neckline. For jewelry, she wears a stack of silver and gold chains on her wrist and one earring, a long sparkly string with a small gold ball on the end.

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One thing's for sure: Posh Spice was hands-on throughout the collaboration's development. Working between London and Barcelona, Beckham and the Mango team created a lineup the designer describes as "sensual, considered, and feminine."

With muted tones and easygoing silhouettes, Beckham told WWD she wanted to capture Jane Birkin's effortlessly undone personal style. “I have always played with both the feminine and masculine and want to offer an effortless women’s wardrobe that is versatile and wearable,” Beckham said.

In an earlier interview about building her businesses with Vogue France, Beckham admitted that, "If I didn’t do this, I don’t know what I would do."

By the time this collaboration lands in shoppers' closets, they won't know how they dressed without it, either. Shop more of the collection below.

This post was updated with pieces from the Mango x Victoria Beckham collaboration and prices.

Julia Gray

Julia Gray is an entertainment, style, and culture writer with words in the Washington Post, the Ringer, the Wall Street Journal, Vulture, Pitchfork, and more.