Victoria Beckham designs Spice Girls t-shirt for charity

Brunilde Fioravanti
Aprile 17, 2018

The T-shirt's design is a twist on the iconic Spice Girls photo, featuring Beckham a.k.a. The former Spice Girl wore a stunning silk shirt and matching skirt from her own collection - but of course!

The Red Nose Day piece is not the only t-shirt Beckham has been working on lately - last week she unveiled a unisex top designed with Shaquille O'Neal for the sportswear giant Reebok. Victoria has combined her passion for fashion and helping those in need so people everywhere can rock this soon-to-be classic t-shirt and make a difference - in style.

"I've seen firsthand how Red Nose Day USA has touched the lives of millions of children - it's been a true inspiration for me".

Beckham has supported Red Nose Day for more than two decades in the United Kingdom before it launched in the 2015.

Victoria Beckham is one lucky woman!

Created by Oscar nominated and Emmy Award-winning writer-director Richard Curtis, ("Love Actually", "Four Weddings and a Funeral", "Notting Hill"), Red Nose Day is about making it fun to come together to raise money and awareness for children who need our help the most, in America and around the world.

Red Nose Day will take place on May 24. Red Nose Day started in the United Kingdom, built on the foundation that the power of entertainment can drive positive change, and has raised over $1 billion since the campaign's founding in 1988.

The creative recently took to Instagram to share the details of a trip she took to Kenya, where she explored some of the girls' programs supported by Red Nose Day USA, including boxing classes to develop self defense and leadership skills.

The U.S. arm of the charity campaign has raised more than $100 million (GBP70 million).

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