Victoria Beckham Offered Up Fashion Advice To Strangers For $2

"[Wear] something that makes you feel super confident and comfortable and something that you feel really, really good in."

Whether it's Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon responding to questions from unsuspecting New Yorkers, or Reese Witherspoon answering questions about the importance of creating art, the video team over at Vanity Fair loves to bring strangers and celebrities together. Most recently, model, entrepreneur, and former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham participated in the fun for a new installment of Derek Blasberg's series "Derek Does Stuff With a Friend." 

In it, Blasberg went to Central Park holding a Victoria Beckham fashion advice booth. He gave strangers the opportunity to pay $2 in order to get some styling tips from Beckham over video chat. (You may remember Blasberg did a similar thing with Emma Watson in the past.) All of the money raised will be donated to UNAIDS, an organization that's leading the global effort to end AIDS as a public health threat. Beckham was appointed as a UNAIDS International Goodwill Ambassador back in 2014



Beckham answered fashion-related questions from both men and women. Guys wanted to know whether it's OK to wear white after Labor Day and whether man buns are cool. Women had questions about Beckham's maternity fashion secrets, the right shoes to wear with culottes, and her best tip for wearing high heels all day long. 

But Beckham's best advice came when a teenage girl asked her what she should wear to her high school graduation. "We're from Indiana and I'm graduating high school in a few months. What's your advice on a dress to wear?" the girl asked. 

"[Wear] something that makes you feel super confident and comfortable and something that you feel really, really good in," Beckham replied. 

You can watch the video below:

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