Victoria Beckham Sells Daughter Harper's Outfits To Raise Money For Save The Children Charity

British fashion designer and singer Victoria Beckham poses as she arrives on the red carpet during the 2015 amfAR Hong Kong gala at Shaw Studios in Hong Kong on March 14, 2015. amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, held its inaugural fundraising gala in Hong Kong on March 14. AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE (Photo credit should read ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Some lucky children will be dressing like a Beckham soon enough. According to Grazia, fashion designer Victoria Beckham is selling 25 of daughter Harper’s outfits to raise money for Save the Children. Buyers will be revamping their daughter’s closet, introducing them to designer clothing all while simultaneously giving back to children in need. Sounds like the perfect give and take to me. Emphasis on the give, of course. 

The former Spice Girl’s daughter has an impressive wardrobe featuring pieces from Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, and Gucci. Prices will range from £250 for a dress and shoe package (that’s almost $400, fyi) to £500 (roughly $800) for a complete outfit. It’s quite the expense, but all for a good cause as 100 percent of all proceeds will be donated to Save the Children.

There is nothing I admire more than a woman who uses her celeb status for the greater good. This isn’t the first time Beckham has given back, as I am sure it will not be her last. The fashion designer is a charity veteran; just last summer she donated a whopping 600 pieces from her wardrobe to mothers2mothers and in 2004 assisted in raising $185,500 for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children by selling two tickets to the World Cup.  

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"As a mother, I passionately believe that all children, wherever the live, have the right to a happy, healthy life," Beckham told Grazia. "Everyone out there can do their part by purchasing or donating, ensuring children all around the world have the opportunity of a brighter future."

You're doing a good thing, Beckham. Next time you're emptying out your closet for charity, give me a call. 

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