Celebrities support Fashion Saves Lives
Fashion Saves Lives is a sale of children’s clothes kindly donated by the likes of Victoria Beckham, Erin O’Connor, Mary Portas, Kate Moss, Jade Jagger, Melanie C, Fearne Cotton, Stanley Tucci, Penny Lancaster, Rachel Stevens, JB Gill, Nick Frost, Ozwald Boateng, Alex Gerrard, Sam Bailey and Jo Joyner to help raise money for Save the Children to help prevent 17,000 children dying every day from easily preventable causes such as pneumonia and malaria.
World renowned designer and mum, Victoria Beckham has donated twenty-four, specially curated outfits from the wardrobe of arguably the most stylish little girl in the world, Harper Beckham, are available for purchase as part of Save the Children’s Fashion Saves Lives sale.
These beautiful outfits are available for the public to buy at the Mary’s Living & Giving shop for Save the Children in Primrose Hill, London right now. One hundred per cent of the money raised will go towards Save the Children’s work to end child deaths from preventable causes by 2030.
The complete outfits - including outerwear and shoes - put together by style icon Victoria Beckham from Harper’s wardrobe, include items from designers such as Chloe, Roksanda Ilincic, Ralph Lauren, Stella McCartney, Gucci, Marc Jacobs and Charlotte Olympia.
In addition, one of Harper’s outfits, a pink Mischka Aoki dress (pictured), which retails at £3,693.34, will also be available to win in an auction held between 10am on Thursday 18 June and 4pm on Sunday 28 June.
Just need to place a bid in store or by telephone by calling 020 3763 0049.
The other celebrity donated outfits will be available sold exclusively on the Mary’s Living & Giving eBay Shop for a ten day period from 18th - 28th June. The sale is fronted by Save the Children ambassadors Erin O’Connor and Mary Portas.
Ending preventable child deaths
Money raised from the sale will support our No Child Born to Die campaign to end all child deaths from preventable causes.
Every day, 17,000 children die from diseases we know how to prevent - such as pneumonia and malaria - because of a lack of adequate health services.
We're campaigning to make sure that, when world leaders meet in September to decide our development goals for the next 15 years, they commit to ensuring every child has the basic healthcare that they need to survive – no matter who or where they are.