Victoria Beckham designs pieces for HIV charity Born Free
Victoria Beckham has joined a host of A-list stars and designers in support of HIV charity Born Free by creating mother-and-daughter inspired pieces.
Victoria Beckham has created mother-and-daughter inspired pieces for HIV charity Born Free.
The fashion designer - who has children Brooklyn, 15, Romeo 11, Cruz, nine, and Harper, two, with retired soccer star David - is among a host of celebrity names including Ivanka Trump and Gisele Bundchen who have teamed up with Shopbop to launch the pieces in support of tackling the disease.
Victoria wrote on Twitter: ''Honoured to design mother/daughter dresses to support @BornFreeAfrica, available on @shopbop starting April 23rd x vb. (sic)''
Ivanka also announced her involvement online, writing on Instagram: ''Excited to share our @BornFreeAfrica collection designs available exclusively on @shopbop April 23. Stay tuned for more sneak peeks + updates! (sic)''
Designers also supporting Born Free include Donatella Versace, Stella McCartney, Miuccia Prada, and Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton.
According to the shopbop.com site, ''100% of the profits from this women's and children's collection will go toward Born Free's mission to end mother-to-child HIV transmission at birth.''
They also promise that the ''M∙A∙C AIDS Fund will match all donations and the total purchase price of all products sold, up to $500,000.''