Naomi Campbell stages catwalk show for Britain's flood victims, and calls on the help of her supermodel friends
Naomi Campbell is staging a fashion show next week to raise money for victims of Britain’s flooding. Enlisting the help of friends Elle Macpherson, Jodie Kidd and Yasmin Le Bon, the supermodels posed yesterday in Burberry union jack T-shirts, which will be sold for £50 to raise funds.
The supermodel was inspired to help after returning to England during the crisis, ‘I was not in Britain at the time but the images I saw really touched me.’ She also described the event as a fitting end to the era of the supermodels, commenting ‘There will never be the same group of girls coming together again like us here.’
The Fashion for Relief catwalk fundraiser will take place on the last day of London Fashion Week, at the Natural History Museum. Lizzie Jagger and Leah Wood will also take to he runway for the event.