Naomi Campbell united fashion and philanthropy with the launch of her latest Fashion For Relief Pop-Up Shop in London on Thursday.
The supermodel started the shop back in 2005 to help raise funds for those impacted by Hurricane Katrina, and this time, she focused her efforts on the Ebola outbreak.
“Raising awareness for Ebola and educating about its prevention is crucial to help prevent the spread of this deadly disease,” Campbell said at the start of the evening. “We hope the Fashion For Relief store will raise much-needed funds and awareness, whilst offering amazing pieces at accessible prices.”
The queen of the catwalk took the plunge for the event, wearing a chiffon ombre dress by Burberry Prorsum and black Alaïa boots.
She was joined by several celebrities, including Idris Elba, who shopped items donated by the likes of Givenchy, D&G, Jenny Packham, and Alexander McQueen.