Naomi Campbell opened London Fashion Week last night with her Fashion for Relief runway, enlisting a brilliantly wide mix of celebrities to walk the show.
Included in the line-up was the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson who walked the runway in a sleek, sleeveless black dress before joining Naomi for her finale walk wearing the branded 'Fashion Against Ebola' T-shirt.
Another star making a runway statement was Katie Price, who walked in an androgynous look entirely opposite her usual favoured the-pinker-the-better ensembles. With her hair scraped back off her face and a bold red lip, the former glamour model looked almost unrecognisable in the black tuxedo.
Joining the Duchess and Katie on the catwalk were a number of famous faces from all walks of celebrity life, including Jourdan Dunn, Georgia May Jagger, Dame Vivienne Westwood , Pixie Lott, Caroline Flack, Laura Whitmore, Sarah Jane Crawford, Daisy Lowe, Nicola Roberts, Katie Piper, Alesha Dixon, Alice Dellal, Jade Parfitt, Viktoria Modesta, the world’s first amputee model, and Bruno Tonioli.
Campbell established the Fashion for Relief foundation back in 2005 to help victims of Hurricane Katrina, and has since then worked on a large number of charitable causes.
Of the many designers kindly donating pieces for the charity event were Vivienne Westwood, Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Balmain and Versace. But with one of the world's top model's running the show we'd expect little less.
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