Naomi Campbell Fashion for Relief charity shop

Next month in London, top model Naomi Campbell and Fashion for Relief campaign will hold a one week only charity shop. Items owned by the supermodel and some other celebrities will be featured at the shop. Included will be Little Britain’s David Walliams, Labels like Stella McCartney and the shop will be run by Naomi and some of the other celebrities, all this is to benefit a charity established by Prince Charles, the Prince’s Trust.

The trust was established to offer support and help disadvantage young people to reach their potential through mentoring, training and financial assistance. Tuesday April 5th will be a special preview night for the pop-up shop and its doors will remain open then until Wednesday 13th April.

Clothes that were showcased last year at the fashion for Relief’s New York and London shows will be the clothes that will be on sale in the pop-up store. Some of the world’s most influential celebrities, designers and brands have been called on by Naomi to donate pieces for purchase.
Each day new stock will replenish what was sold the day before so throughout the week accessories and clothing be available and a special item with a golden ticket will have an incredible sale price. The Village, Westfield London’s luxury shopping district will be the location of the Fashion For Relief shop.

Renowned set designer Michael Howells will design the shop’s windows as he has designed a number of sets for designers like Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and others. Fashionista DJ’s and incredible lighting will create an area where charity will meet fashion to make good things happen.

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