Tweet us @gma or # socialsquare. How can you own part of a posh wardrobe for a good cause. Victoria Beckham is selling some of her most iconic looks to benefit a special charity and Paula Faris has... See More
Tweet us @gma or # socialsquare. How can you own part of a posh wardrobe for a good cause. Victoria Beckham is selling some of her most iconic looks to benefit a special charity and Paula Faris has the details. Reporter: From spice girl to fashion mogul and superstar mom. Whatever Victoria Beckham does, she looks good doing it. And now thanks to the outnet.com, you can have the chance to go shopping inside posh's closet. A lot of these pieces have been made specially for me by the designers. Reporter: You can spice up your style with these dresses by an tone Joan barradi and Alexander Mcqueen, worn out and partied down in Roberto Cavalli like Beckham did once the exclusive sale opens its doors, you'll have five days to get your hands on over 600 items. This is really a way for your average American girl who is obsessed with her or obsessed with her husband to really buy in that celebrity culture by owning something that she's auctioning. Reporter: All of the proceeds will go to mothers to mothers, a foundation dedicated to fighting HIV and AIDS in Africa. As a woman, we have a responsibility to really help and support others to do what we can do to help. ? If you want to be my lover ? Reporter: Beckham has come a long way since her wanna be days. Known for her spot on fashion sense, the 40-year-old mother of four opened up about her rise to style icon status and her Skype documentary, five years, the Victoria Beckham fashion story. I was that kid that used to watch my mom get ready. I always dreamed of designing a collection. It was always my passion. Reporter: Now her fashion with be our obsession and all for a good cause. For "Good morning America," Paula Faris, ABC news, New York.
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