Now, you can look like Victoria Beckham, actually to dress, since the designer has donated 600 pieces from her wardrobe to be sold online to raise money for a charity that helps mothers living with HIV.
Some of her iconic outfits to be offered on sale include the Voyage leather top she wore when her and husband David appeared on Comic Relief with Ali G in 2001, as well as her famous green polo-neck Maria Grachvogel top with tassles, which she wore on the catwalk with a pair of dark green satin shorts and knee high boots in 2000, sending the paparazzi into a frenzy.
In February this year, Victoria accepted an invite from Anna Wintour and US Vogue to visit South Africa and meet with mothers2mothers (m2m) founder Dr. Mitch Besser. The experience moved her so much she wanted to do something to raise money and awareness.
Speaking about the cause, she said: ‘After spending just a few days with these remarkable women and learning more about the charity from Mitch, and his lovely wife Annie Lennox, I wanted to do as much as I could. It really was a life-changing experience; I’ve never experienced anything like it.’
The sale will take place on Net-A-Porter’s outlet site, TheOutnet.com, from Aug. 20-25.