Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham has donated 600 items from her wardrobe to be sold online to raise money for a charity that helps mothers living with HIV.
"Mothers2mothers is a charity that I feel very passionately about," the mother-of-four says in a video promoting the exclusive sale.
"The pieces that I have put in to be sold brought back a lot of memories, a lot of really, really happy memories of myself and David, of myself and the children, of different events that I've been to," Beckham says.
Earlier this year, Beckham visited a mothers2mothers site in Cape Town where she met the charity's Mentor Mothers - women living with HIV employed to educate other mothers with HIV in their communities.
Beckham said the trip inspired her, saying, "As a woman we have a responsibility to really help and support other women, to do what we can do to help."
"I'm keeping a few pieces [for her daughter Harper], but for me it was more important to raise money for this charity," she added.
Beckham has urged people to register for the sale, which runs 20-25 August.