In the lead-up to World AIDS Day on December 1, Victoria Beckham has enlisted the artistic services of her five-year-old daughter, Harper, to create a range of T-shirts to raise funds for Born Free Africa and UNAIDS.
The limited edition T-shirts, which come in adult and children’s sizes, are emblazoned with one of Harper’s stick figure drawings, printed against a white background for adults and cute red polka dot background for kids.
All proceeds from the collection will be donated to Born Free Africa, which works to end the transmission of HIV from mother to child. The T-shirts are on sale now viavictoriabeckham.com, as well as the designer’s London flagship store.
By all accounts, Victoria Beckham is as fervent a philanthropist as she is a fashion designer – a UNAIDS Global Goodwill Ambassador since 2014, she recently returned from a trip to Africa with son Brooklyn Beckham to raise awareness and see firsthand the devastating effects of AIDS in communities. Looks like Harper is set to follow in her footsteps.
This article originally appeared on Marie Claire.