The former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has emptied her closet and auctioning off now 600 pieces of clothing, where the money should go to people affected by HIV mothers.
Are you the glitz and glamor, fashion website THE OUTNET.COM worth keeping an eye out for between 20 and 25 August. In the small weeks run a special auction for the stack.
In cooperation with the support organization 'mothers2mothers' (m2m) working to decrease the infection of HIV between mothers and their babies, sells home unique 600 private garments from the former Spice Girl and current designer Victoria Beckham.
Everything from dresses star has worn on the red carpet of jewelry she received from her husband David Beckham stylish stilettos can offer during theoutnets auction.
Victoria Beckham says she made the decision to sell off his wardrobe in nødhjælpens sign after a visit to a number of HIV-infected mothers in South Africa:
- After just a few days I had been with these amazing women and heard more about the charity project from Mich (founder of m2m, Mitch Besser, ed.) And his lovely wife, Annie Lennox, it dawned on me that I wanted to do as much as I could to help, says Victoria Beckham in a statement.
According to UNAIDS , the African sub-Saharan countries most affected by HIV. In 2013 was 24.7 million people in the region infected with HIV. Out of these, 58 percent are women. In addition, live 85 percent of all HIV-infected pregnant women in sub-Saharan region.