Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham visited Cape Town to raise awareness of Born Free Africa

Victoria Beckham is just one of 22 leading designer names who has collaborated with Born Free – a charity with the sole aim to end mother-to-child HIV transmissions by December 31st 2014 – on a new collection.

Available exclusively on, Stella McCartney, Miuccia Prada, Pheobe Philo, Donna Karan and Donatella Versace have also all donated pieces, including childrenswear, to the cause which will see 100% of profits going to the charity.

Plus, with most of the pieces falling well below £170, you can be safe in the knowledge that you're giving to a good cause whilst keeping the bank manager happy. Oh, and of course you'll look fabulous too. Seriously, this is a real win-win situation.

Victoria Beckham Born Free dress

Each designer has based the print of their pieces on the work of celebrated Kenyan-born, New York-based visual artist Wangechi Mutu. A Victoria Victoria Beckham shift dress will set you back £136 – a snip of the price of the frocks in her ready-to-wear collection, while a Prada skirt will cost you £151 and a Vera Wang mini dress just £58.

That's our holiday wardrobe sorted, then.

By Olivia Marks

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