Victoria Beckham is interested in collaborating with H&M on a clothing range.
Victoria Beckham has said she would like to "reach more" people with the clothing she designs and has hinted she would love to do a collaboration with high street brand H&M.
The former Spice Girls singer-turned-fashion designer would like to create a line of clothes for the high street store, which appeals to "more" people and her goal is to make designer garments for people who don't want to pay "designer prices".
She told New York magazine The Cut: "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. I would love to do something like [a H&M collaboration]. I want to reach out to that customer."
If the 41-year-old star - whose self-titled fashion brand has won numerous awards - does end up working with H&M she would be following in the footsteps of her retired soccer player husband David Beckham who collaborated with the Swedish fashion brand on a range on men's undergarments.
David's range was available in 1,800 stores in 40 countries worldwide, so it seems the ideal partnership for his wife to expand and appeal to everyday people.