Campbell event raises Ebola funds
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."