Harper Beckham has proven her style-star status time and again thanks to mom Victoria’s guidance, and now the designer is using her little one’s impeccable wardrobe for a good cause, selling a selection of three-year-old Harper’s outfits for charity.
The fashion designer has chosen 25 outfits from the little one’s wardrobe to sell as part of Save the Children’s Fashion Saves Live sale.
The ever stylish Victoria has taken designer items including Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren, Roksanda Illincic, Stella McCartney and Chloé to make 25 complete outfits.
“I am delighted to be supporting the wonderful work of Save the Children through the Fashion Saves Lives Sale,” said Victoria.
“As a mother, I passionately believe that all children, wherever they live, have the right to a happy healthy life.
“Everyone out there can do their part by purchasing or donating, ensuring children all around the world have the opportunity of a brighter future.”
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One hundred percent of the profits raised will go towards Save the Children, who work to save children’s lives and fight for their rights.
Prices will start at £250 for a dress and shoes and will go up to £500 for complete outfits.
It’s not the first time that Victoria has used her platform to raise money for a worthy cause. Last year, Victoria partnered with The Outnet to sell more than 600 items from her own wardrobe in aid of the charity mothers2mothers.
And one month later, the former Spice Girl was made a UN goodwill ambassador for an AIDS charity, stating that she wanted to make a difference to the women of the world.
Victoria said at a press conference at the United Nations building in New York that she was ‘honoured’ to be made an ambassador for their UNAIDS campaign.
The star missed the opening of her London store to be there and revealed that she felt her public profile meant she had a duty to do more about woman’s health.
‘For some reason people will listen to me. This is the beginning of an incredible journey for me,’ she said.