Fashion fans frustrated by technical glitch as Victoria Beckham launches Target range
The Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer has launched a budget range.
Victoria Beckham has apologised for technical problems which prevented some of her fans snapping up her new clothing range.
The Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer, 42, launched her first budget range for American retailer Target on Sunday.
Unlike Victoria’s designer wear, which has a hefty price tag, dresses cost around £40 and tops around £26 but many of the items have already appeared on eBay for more than their original price.
Her designer label features dresses which cost more than £1,500 and trousers costing over £800.
Fans raved about the new clothes but vented their frustration on Twitter, saying that Victoria’s website – where the clothes are available to buy in the UK – kept crashing.
Victoria apologised to her fans on Twitter:
She has said her collection – which also includes children’s clothes – is designed to “empower” women and girls of all budgets and sizes.
“The fact I can offer plus size too is exciting,” she has said.
Actresses Naomie Harris and Zoe Saldana helped publicise the launch with an English garden party in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, 18-year-old son Brooklyn Beckham has had a second tattoo just days after showing off his first inking.