Even better? The limited edition tees have been designed to raise funds for Red Nose Day USA.
Beckham travelled to Kenya to see Red Nose Day’s work against poverty firsthand: “Girls in these programs are using boxing classes to not only learn self-defense, but also leadership - tapping into their girl power,” she captioned the below Instagram post (click through her gallery to see the tee).
“I was so inspired by the young women I met there,” she adds. “And it’s not just about being strong in the ring; these girls are future doctors, lawyers, and all around game changers who write their own stories, and will shape the futures of their communities.”
100 per cent of gross proceeds from each $AUD45 shirt sold will go directly to Red Nose Day USA, and don’t you worry – they ship internationally. Shop them here.
Becks is no stranger to a statement-making tee – she has a well-documented love of sending a message to her fans (and critics) care of a well-placed slogan. But this latest project may just be her best yet.