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Victoria Beckham dresses for $20 could be coming in the not-so-distant future, at least if the designer has any say in it. Fern Mallis interviewed Beckham last night at one of her popular 92nd St Y talks, and during the conversation, Beckham said that she really wanted to collaborate with a company in order to make her clothes accessible to people who can't pay regular prices.
When Mallis brought up H&M's über-popular designer collabs, Beckham said that she'd "love to do something like that," and was open to the right opportunity. But not only had Beckham considered it—she's already been approached by companies wanting to partner up. She confirmed to Mallis that the brand has been contacted by companies interested in developing a collaboration, but she hasn't made a commitment yet. "It's just figuring out who to do it with and when to do it," she told Mallis.