Photo: Naomi Campbell over the years. Credit: Naomi Campbell/Instagram
Supermodel enlists support from friends Kate Moss, Stella McCartney and just about every big name in fashion for ‘Fashion For Relief’ Campaign in aid of Ebola
If the current rate at which celebrities are throwing their weight behind the Ebola fight continues, hopefully, people in West Africa will have something to smile about soon. It’s taken a while, but the whole world seems to have woken up to the fact that we’re on the brink of a worldwide epidemic.
The latest in the line of celebrities to launch an appeal is none other than Miss Naomi Campbell. Her charity event ‘Fashion For Relief,’ will see a pop up store open in Westfield Shepherd’s Bush from the 28th of November. Shoppers will be able to pick up items donated by Kate Moss, Dame Shirley Bassey, as well as designers including Alexander McQueen, D&G and Givenchy.
Campbell says she’s always been inspired to give back because of a certain person who had a huge impact in her life- Nelson Mandela. “He always said to me: “Use yourself to help other people.”
‘I feel that now more strongly than ever before and I try to do that in the best way I can,’ she said.
The 44-year-old Streatham born model has had an enviably long career spanning over 2 decades. Campbell and best friend Kate Moss are still one of the most sought after models in the industry.
The pop up store will be open for one week at Westfield Shepherd’s Bush.