Sunday 25 February 2018

Campbell event raises Ebola funds

Naomi Campbell on the catwalk during the Fashion for Relief charity event to raise money to fight the Ebola crisis
Naomi Campbell on the catwalk during the Fashion for Relief charity event to raise money to fight the Ebola crisis

Supermodel Naomi Campbell hit the catwalk to raise money for the fight against Ebola at her star-studded charity event, Fashion for Relief.

She was joined by The Duchess of York, Jourdan Dunn, Pixie Lott, and a string of other celebrities at the fundraiser in London's Somerset House.

Some of the world's best known fashion houses, including Dolce & Gabbana, Stella McCartney, and Vivienne Westwood, donated items for the show.

Brit Award nominee Ella Eyre performed her single 'Gravity' to a packed crowd, who also took part in an auction of luxury goods.

Lots included an exclusive holiday to the Maldives, A Bvlgari Watch and an Alexander McQueen dress.

All funds raised on the night will go to raise vital funds and awareness towards the fight against Ebola.

Campbell said: "Tonight has been incredible and I am so thankful to everyone who has been involved to make the show such a brilliant success. The fight to raise awareness and bring aid to those affected by Ebola is a cause that I am so passionate about.

"I sincerely hope the funds raised from tonight's show will hopefully make a difference to those affected by this terrible disease."

Press Association

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