Photos: Save The Children
The ever-so-stylish Victoria Beckham put 25 of her daughter’s most adorable outfits on sale to raise money for Save the Children. As well as dresses, shoes, jeans and jackets, the amazing collection came with some serious styling from the wildly succesful fashion designer. What a bonus.
Victoria had styled up all the pieces, pairing the dresses with the perfect pair of shoes or jackets so the new owner of the clothes could be just as fashionable as the world’s most stylish 3 year old, Harper Beckham.
And, no surprise here, the collection sold out instantly, with £350 being made in the first five minutes. Every piece was sold out yesterday, meaning a huge amount of money was raised for the charity and now you can expect to see many a pint-sized fashionista running around Primrose Hill.
This is not the first time VB has signed up for a charity sale. Last year, the gorgeous mum put over 600 pieces of her incredible wardrobe on sale to raise money for mothers2mothers, including some of her most famous ensembles.
“I am delighted to be supporting the wonderful work of Save The Children through the Fashion Saves Lives sale. As a mother, I passionately believe that all children, wherever the 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,” Victoria explained.
The beautiful curated outfits were quickly snapped up at the Mary’s Giving & Living shop for Save the Children in Primrose Hill, London yesterday and one hundred per cent of the profits went to Save the Children.
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From Chloe to Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs, the amazing designer outfits started at about £250. Not a bad price to have the best kitted-out kid in London and to support a truly amazing cause.
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By Amy de Klerk