Victoria Beckham may not be reuniting with the other Spice Girls, but that doesn’t mean Posh has been twiddling her thumbs. In fact, she’s been busy behind the scenes setting up what will surely be one of the most exciting style collabs of 2017. The woman who is now known more for fashion that music has just teamed up with Target for a totally inclusive collection that is groundbreaking in more ways than one.

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An impressive 200 items will make up the collection that will range in price from $6 to $70 (with most being under $40), and will include both clothes and accessories for women, girls, toddlers and babies. Yep, for the first time Victoria will be offering childrenswear, which makes total sense when you take a look at her super stylish little ones.

Aiming to be more inclusive, Victoria’s collection will be offered in a wide range of sizes from XS to 3X for women and New Born to XL for babies, toddlers and girls.

Victoria Beckham

But there’s something a little different about this collab that is actually a really BIG deal. For the very first time, every size of the collection will be available online and in store as well as on Victoria’s own website, so that the items can be purchased internationally.

“I can reach so many more women through working with Target,” Victoria told Business of Fashion. “It’s not just because of the price point but because of how many stores that they have, located all around America. These are women that I haven’t been able to reach out to in the past, and I always say that I want to empower women and make women look like the best versions of themselves. That shouldn’t be only people who can afford to spend a certain amount of money.”

If you’re totally hyped to get your hands on this surely slay-worthy collection, it will be available from April 9, 2017 to April 30 (or until supplies last… and we’re sure they won’t last long!).

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(h/t Business of Fashion; photos via Anthony Harvey, Pascal Le Segretain/Getty)