Naomi Campbell will be selling her designer clothes at a pop-up store to benefit Fashion for Relief.
The supermodel, who founded the charity in 2005, has curated the pieces to be sold at a temporary boutique in London's Westfield shopping centre. The store will include bespoke and limited-edition pieces from fashion brands such as Vivienne Westwood, Gucci and Alaia, and items from her own wardrobe.
"It's truly a pleasure to be partnering with Westfield London again to launch our fourth Fashion For Relief designer pop-up store," the 49-year-old said in a statement. "This is a unique opportunity for everyone to get their hands on some really special fashion pieces at accessible prices.
"Whether you are shopping for Christmas presents or just treating yourself, you can do so here knowing that the money is going to help improve the futures of young Londoners."
The pop-up will run in the Atrium from 27 November until 8 December and will raise money for Fashion For Relief 2019's charity partner, the Mayor's Fund for London.
"I'm delighted that Naomi and Fashion For Relief have chosen to support the Mayor's Fund for London," London Mayor Sadiq Khan said back in September. "We share the belief that all young people, regardless of their background, should have the opportunity to fulfil their potential."
Up-and-coming designers will also be presenting collections at the pop-up store, as well as pieces donated by Naomi's celebrity friends.
The supermodel recently staged a star-studded catwalk show to benefit Fashion for Relief during London Fashion Week, with Naomi walking the runway alongside models including Stella Maxwell.
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