The fashion maven, who has a new kids’ clothing line for Target, tells us where she likes to buy things for her little ones.
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Victoria Beckham London Shopping
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Victoria Beckham is unquestionably one of the most fashionable people in the world. She's a constant source of airplane outfit inspiration, and looks pulled together at all times. And now, the fashion designer, who has an eponymous clothing line, is working with Target on a new collection for adults and children. The collaboration goes on sale April 9 and includes bright prints, easy shift dresses, and great day-to-night outfits (bonus: it's all available in sizes up to 24). And the children's options are adorable without being too matchy, which is ideal for mother-and-daughter dressing. To celebrate the occasion, Beckham spoke to us about her favorite places to shop for her kids in her hometown of London.

"Daunt Books is the most wonderful bookshop. There’s one at the end of my road, and I often walk down there with the kids and we each browse our own section."

Victoria Beckham London Shopping
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"Harrods is such a great store for the children, particularly at Christmastime. And I like the mix of clothes and shoes at Caramel. Their housewares and toys are always tastefully chosen."

"For my daughter, Harper, I especially like the collared Clever Bunny dresses in the new Target line. The silhouette is so signature to my VVB collection, and it’s fun to see it reinvented." Victoria Beckham for Target rabbit top, $15, and floral dress, $25.

Victoria Beckham London Shopping
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"I have always loved Bonpoint, because it’s so quintessentially French. They make chic clothes that aren’t overly fussy for kids. And the detail is really beautiful." Green leather jacket, $825.

Victoria Beckham London Shopping
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