She wants to offer clothes to people who don't want to fork out for a designer pieces.
Victoria Beckham has to one of the most ambitious and business-savvy stars right now.
Not content with just winning an army of A-list supporters for her sleek catwalk designs, the 41-year-old has now revealed that she’s keen to tap into the mainstream fashion market too.
We’re sure it will excite you to learn that the high street retailer Victoria dreams of working with is H&M.
‘I’d like to work on clothing pricing and I’d like to reach more people, and I would like to offer clothes to people who don’t want to pay designer prices,’ she told New York magazine The Cut.
‘I would love to do something like [a H&M collaboration]. I want to reach out to that customer.’
Can you imagine just how amazing that would be? We’d be able to totally shake up our workwear wardrobes with sophisticated midis and show-stopping A-line skirts.
We don’t even want to think about how chic the bags and sunglasses would be….
H&M is hardly a surprising choice for the mum-of-four as her husband David has been working closely with them for a number of seasons.
He released his first menswear line back in 2012 and it’s fair to say that his relationship with the Swedish retailer has certainly gone from strength to strength since.
Over the years, David’s ranges have included everything from swimming shorts to form-fitting briefs, boxers and comfy lounge wear.
The former football ace was even asked to hand-pick his favourite pieces from H&M’s spring 2015 drop for a special edit named Modern Essentials By David Beckham.
Featuring garments such as a summery linen blazer, a casual but cool bomber and a smart white shirt, it aimed to give shoppers a real insight into David’s sartorial tastes.
H&M is hugely popular with other celebrities and designers as well.
Madonna and Lana Del Rey have both released their own collection, while Karl Lagerfeld, Jimmy Choo and Lanvin are to name but a few key fashion influencers who’ve launched limited edition H&M pieces.