Naomi Campbell launches pop-up store in London
today Nov 12, 2014
After collecting funds for victims in Haiti and Japan, Naomi Campbell is now supporting another cause: Ebola patients. To raise awareness about the spread of the virus, the model is once again putting fashion in service of a good cause, according to Vogue.co.uk.
From November 28 to December 4, the Westfield shopping center will host a pop-up store that will sell clothes donated by Campbell, some of her well-known friends, and a number of designers.
"We are absolutely delighted to be working again with Naomi Campbell and her Fashion for Relief initiative to support a worthy cause that is affecting so many lives," said Myf Ryan, Westfield's Director of Marketing for the UK and Europe.
"In 2011, Westfield London hosted the first Fashion For Relief Pop up store which raised over £20,000 in one week. This year, the store will be bigger and better with hundreds of designer pieces on sale. We have no doubt it will be a brilliant success."
A few weeks ago, Page Six also reported that the supermodel had plans to organize two shows in February—one in New York, the other in London.
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