Where to buy Victoria Beckham's Target collection in the UK

Chloe Best

Victoria Beckham's collection for Target proved a huge success when it was finally released on Sunday, with many styles instantly selling out. The fashion designer said she had been "overwhelmed" by the response to her collection, and apologised for "any frustration" from shoppers struggling to get their hands on her designs in an Instagram post over the weekend.

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Although many pieces from the limited edition collection quickly sold out, several of the covetable designs are still available to buy in the UK via Victoria's official website, VictoriaBeckham.com. Among them are some pleated culottes, twill flared trousers that are similar to ones often worn by the stylish designer, and a tangerine scalloped playsuit that is perfect for summer.

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Victoria Beckham's Target collection sold out quickly on Sunday

There are also several pieces from Victoria's first children's collection available, such as a pretty gingham dress and patterned co-ordinating sets that have all been inspired by her daughter Harper. It is no wonder Victoria's collaboration with Target has been so popular; with prices from as little as £10, the range is much more accessible than her eponymous high fashion label. Victoria has also made the collection available in a wider range of sizes too, with pieces available up to a size 24 compared to a size 14 in her main line.

Several designs are still available to buy in the UK

Victoria spoke to Refinery29 about her desire to make the range available to a wider audience, explaining: "I want to design for women no matter their budget, age or size. I want to empower women and girls, and make them feel like the best versions of themselves. The fact I can offer plus size is really exciting, it's a first for me, and it's something that I'm proud of."

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The mother-of-four also said that the new affordable collection was a way of celebrating her fashion line VVB, "which is the sister category to my ready-to-wear collection. And VVB has always been about celebrating Harper," she said, adding: "When I was pregnant with Harper that's when I started working on VVB and it was always the other side to my wardrobe: fun, conversational prints, fun energising colours, pieces that are very easy to wear. With this collection I feel that I've been very honest: This is about me, this is about Harper, the relationship that we have together."

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