Victoria Beckham is one seriously busy woman. Between designing her high end eponymous line, creating a new capsule collection for Target and beauty line for Estée Lauder, keeping herself healthy and trim with a daily salmon diet, and constantly fielding rumors of an imminent Spice Girls reunion tour, it’s hard to believe she can find any time at all to add one more project to her plate. But on Friday, the pop star turned fashion icon debuted a new initiative close to her heart, a t-shirt featuring her 5-year-old daughter Harper‘s drawing in honor of World AIDS Day with all of the proceeds going to Born Free Africa.
The designer shared her latest design on her Instagram account today, writing, “Thank you @voguemagazine!” presumably the source being this portrait of Beckham taken in front of a simple grey backdrop. She continued, “My #WAD2016 t-shirts available tomorrow at #VBDoverSt and victoriabeckham.com x VB”
Look familiar? The same drawing has been inked on dad David:
While World AIDS Day isn’t officially until December 1, the shirt will be available both in Dover Street Market stores around the globe and on her website starting Saturday. The first design for adults is a white t-shirt featuring Harper’s drawing of a stick figure person in black with a red AIDS ribbon affixed to their chest standing next to a big red heart.
“For the last few years I have designed an exclusive World Aids Day T-shirt to raise money and awareness on this important day,” she told Harper’s Bazaar U.K. “This year, for the first time (and along with a little help from Harper) I’ve created an adults T-shirt with a matching mini-version for children too. All profits from the sale of these T–shirts will go to Born Free Africa who are doing such wonderful work on the ground.”
Beckham has also designed an accompanying tee for kids featuring the same illustration but layered on a background of red polka dots. With the combo of a designer this good (and a co-designer this cute) and a charitable cause this important, you might as well go ahead and buy a t-shirt for every person on your holiday shopping list this season.
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