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Naomi Campbell spearheads Haiti charity catwalk

Fashion’s finest gathered last night at Somerset House in London for a charity catwalk show organised by model Naomi Campbell in aid of the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Campbell paid tribute to Alexander McQueen at the charity show and was joined by Kate Moss on the catwalk wearing a McQueen dress, which was later sold at auction for £100, 000.

Campbell was also joined on the catwalk by an eclectic mix of models and celebrities including Erin O’Connor, Dame Shirley Bassey and Ronnie Corbet.

Other items sold at auction included bespoke a “Naomi for Haiti” Lotus Evoras and an exclusive Fashion for Relief Haiti Damien Hirst painting. Total amount raised on the night reached £1.4 Million.

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