Reebok Launches A Collection With A Famous Fashion Icon

Reebok Launches A Collection With A Famous Fashion Icon

Reebok has partnered up with fashion designer, Victoria Beckham, once again to launch a new collection of sportswear for the street and the gym. The line is called Drop Four.

Each of the styles in Drop Four are vetted and worn by Victoria herself. The clothing reflects her own style and love of athleticwear. So, you’ll pretty much feel like the sixth member of the Spice Girls. What more could you ask for?

The pieces are fused with Reebok’s technology and innovation. the result is high-performance clothing that’ll take you from the gym to the street.

Victoria Beckham explains her excitement over the line in a press release, “Reebok x Victoria Beckham is about clothes that make me feel confident, but that I don’t have to think too much about. I want true performance pieces for the gym, that have been thoughtfully and meticulously designed to be adaptable, and to move with me for all facets of my life.” 

Drop Four sees the introduction of more body-conscious styles, with the Seamless Crop Top and Seamless Tights being Victoria’s favourite due to its flattering shape. 

Deep rich colours are the palette of this new collection. Scarlet red and burgundy are highlight colours, while soft camel and alabaster offer a sophisticated touch. Plus, high-contrast, graphic yellow branding is added to some of the pieces. 

reebok collection

In addition to workout gear, there’s also outerwear and accessories. Winter essentials include a puffer jacket, a down-filled thermal cropped puffer, a merino-blend neck warmer, gloves, a beanie, and more!

The Reebok x Victoria Beckham collection is now available starting today, December 3. Shop the collection at and before it’s too late.

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