Victoria Beckham's shoes for sale

Former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham.
Former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham. Bang ShowBiz

VICTORIA Beckham is donating a mountain of designer shoes to help victims of the Philippines Typhoon.

The big-hearted fashion designer is selling off some of her most expensive pairs along with dozens of items of clothing belonging to her and husband David.

The donations are expected to raise thousands of pounds for those affected by the mega storm when they go on sale today (22.11.13).

A statement on the British Red Cross's website reads: "Dozens of pieces from the couple's wardrobe this Friday at the British Red Cross shop in Kensington & Chelsea, which specialises in designer clothing. All the money raised will help those affected by the typhoon in the Philippines."

The 39-year-old fashion icon has posted several photographs on her Instagram account showing her boxing up the donations, which include pieces from Dolce & Gabbana, Jimmy Choo and Roberto Cavalli, to name a few.

In one picture she is seen sitting inside a donation box with the caption: "Proud to support @BritishRedCross #ShopDrop Donating clothes for #Haiyan survivor. x vb."

Another shows a heap of designer heels and a Manolo Blahnik box with the caption: "Big clear out of my shoes, on sale tomorrow in aid of @BritishRedCross #ShopDrop x vb."

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