Victoria Beckham has designed a range of limited-edition items for the World Aids Day on Dec. 1. Her designs will help raise funds for initiatives and charities supported by UNAIDS. The fashion designer has designed a T-shirt, ribbon and keyring which feature a heart and eyes.

The Victoria Beckham designed white top features a hand drawn heart with two red ribbons. The ribbons serve as eyes complete with lashes and eyeballs. It is a simple T-shirt with short sleeves and high neck. The T-shirt is priced at £90 (AU$188.07).

The keyring had a red ribbon ad is priced at £165 9 (AU$344.79). Both the items are being sold in Beckham’s flagship store Dover Street, in London’s Mayfair, and on All the proceeds from the sale of the items will go to UNAIDS. Beckham is the Global Goodwill Ambassador who was appointed to the position in 2014.

“The world has committed to end the AIDS epidemic as part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and I truly believe this is a real possibility,” said Beckham, speaking to WWD. The mother-of-four added that a large amount of people were now accessing treatment and prevention services for the disease.

The 41-year-old designer said though the world has come a long way in the fight against AIDs, but still there was some path to be traversed. The wife of retired footballer David Beckham said that people were still being left behind due to gender inequalities, stigma and discrimination and lack of resources. Victoria added that she was proud to take a stand on the subject of AIDs and to speak up for change and pushing towards a common goal of ending AIDS.

In October, Victoria visited Ethiopia as part of her philanthropic duties for UNAIDS. She conducted a jewellery-making workshop for men and women. This was a step towards prevention care and education for AIDS.

The designer uses fashion to create awareness and raise money for charity. She donated designer outfits outgrown by her four-year-old daughter Harper. The clothes were donated to Mary Portas’ charity shop to aid Save the Children.

Also, scin 2014 Victoria sold 600 pieces of clothing from her personal archive. These items were sold on The Outnet to raise money for a charity devoted to ending paediatric AIDS, The Telegraph reports.

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