Naomi Campbell has announced she will auction off designer fashion online to raise money for her flood relief charity.
Fashion For Relief has teamed up with eBay and persuaded a handful of designers to auction off the clothes modelled during last month’s charity fashion show to raise even more money for the cause.
The public will be given the chance to get their hands on one-off, signed and collectable items to help raise money for The Rotary Flood Disaster Appeal.
Naomi Campbell’s Fashion For Relief catwalk show held on the final day of London Fashion Week 2007 in the British Fashion Council tent at the Natural History Museum and raised a total of just under £250,000.
As well as the fashion show and ebay auction Christopher Bailey has designed an exclusive limited edition Fashion For Relief t-shirt.
The top can be bought in Burberry stores nationwide and online at www.burberry.com for £50. The New Bond Street and Knightsbridge Burberry stores have a special ‘Fashion For Relief’ window display installed to mark this event.
All money raised will go to the Rotary Flood Disaster Appeal and 100% of the funds raised will be used directly to assist communities affected by the terrible floods earlier this year.