Drop Four, designed “for the street and the gym,” introduces more body-conscious styles with “sharp but subtle touches of branding,” Reebok said. The collection—a mix of footwear, apparel and accessories—sports scarlet red and burgundy highlight colors, with soft camel and alabaster touches. A crisp black and high-contrast, graphic yellow branding round out the color palette.
“Reebok x Victoria Beckham is about clothes that make me feel confident, but that I don’t have to think too much about,” the one-time Spice Girl-cum-fashion designer said in a statement. “I want true performance pieces for the gym, that have been thoughtfully and meticulously designed to be adaptable, and to move with me for all facets of my life.”
Drop Four’s footwear selection centers around the Rapide sneaker, available in red, white and blue and a “vintage-inspired” stucco, field and tan. Complementing the Rapide is the Bolton sneaker, available in black or white leather and red knitted fabric to match the apparel. The basketball-inspired Dual Court sneaker also makes an appearance.
On the apparel side, the seamless crop top and seamless tight—each knitted in one piece to avoid any workout-disrupting seams—are personal favorites of Beckham’s, Reebok said, “thanks to their flattering shape and performance-level comfort.” The Japanese terry cloth cowl-neck jumper has returned and the travel hoodie and tight have been updated with a more relaxed, loungewear feel to suit a wider range of lifestyles, it added. For the cold months ahead, Drop Four offers a down-filled thermal cropped puffer, a merino-blend neck warmer, gloves and a beanie. Accessories include a convertible tote bag-backpack and a new mini bag.
In the month since Reebok’s throwback activewear collaboration with MISBHV, the Boston-based company has dropped two nostalgia-inspired footwear capsules.
The first, a follow-up on an earlier February drop, paid tribute to the classic cat-and-mouse duo Tom and Jerry, as well as their sometimes-costar Droopy. Released ahead of the upcoming live-action Tom and Jerry movie—currently slated to hit theaters next year—the collection included new takes on Reebok’s Club C Revenge, Vector Runner and Club MEMT.
On Friday, the footwear giant debuted its Alternates basketball pack. The capsule includes two pairs inspired by late ‘90s alternate NBA jerseys: the Question Mid “Black/Gold,” a nod back to the Philadelphia 76ers, and Kamikaze II “Black/Red,” which channels the Seattle Supersonics. A third, Los Angeles Lakers-inspired shoe, is slated to drop at a later date.