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London

Victoria’s touted as one of the most stylish tots in the world - and now Victoria Beckham is giving fashion fans the chance to snap up an outfit from her daughter Harper’s wardrobe. 

The fashion designer and mother-of-four has picked 25 specially curated outfits from her three-year-old daughter’s wardrobe to sell as part of Save the Children’s Fashion Saves Lives sale. The complete outfits - including outerwear and shoes - have been put together by the perennially chic style icon and include items from designers such as Chloe, Roksanda Ilincic, Ralph Lauren, Stella McCartney, Gucci, Marc Jacobs and Charlotte Olympia. 

Proving that she’s using her status as one of the globe’s most famous women for the better, 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. 

Prices will start at £250 for a dress and shoes and go up to £500 for complete outfits.

Victoria is pictured curating each outfit in this never-before-seen picture of her in her office, which she has released to promote the charitable initiative. 

Speaking about the sale, Victoria said: ‘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 they 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.’ This isn’t the first time that Victoria has used her name for the better. In August last year the fashion designer sold more than 600 items from her own wardrobe for charity.

Victoria partnered with The Outnet to sell hundreds of her items of her clothing in aid of the charity, mothers2mothers. In February 2014, following an invitation from Vogue editor Anna Wintour and American Vogue to visit South Africa, Victoria met with mothers2mothers (m2m) founder Dr. Mitch Besser.

The charity trains, employs and empowers Mentor Mothers, who are mothers living with HIV, in order to educate them on how to prevent the transmission of HIV from mothers to babies and improve the health of women and their families. Victoria was so moved by the experience that she wanted to do all she could to raise money and awareness.