Before there was Kim Kardashian, there was Victoria Beckham: from Spice Girl to the cover of Vogue, she made a massive transition from wearing nothing but flatforms and sparkly costumes to touting a closet filled with custom designer clothes. And now, she's putting 600 of those pieces up for sale on The Outnet—and all for a good cause.
Net-a-Porter's designer discount site is hosting the massive sale of Beckham's fashion wares to benefit charity Mothers2Mothers, a non-profit that works with mothers across the globe to educate them on maternal and pediatric healthcare—with the end goal of eliminating childhood HIV worldwide.
The pieces being sold include some of Beckham's more sentimental outfits, like ones she wore on some of her first dates with now-husband David Beckham. "People have asked, aren't I keeping these pieces forever? I'm keeping a few pieces, but for me, it was more important to raise money for this charity," Beckham says in a clip about the sale.