Naomi Campbell: Opening pop-up shop in London
International supermodel Naomi Campbell is to open a charity pop-up shop in London's Westfield shopping centre next Tuesday.
Previously, the model has spoken of the moment when Nelson Mandela advised her to "use what you do to help others", but feels that many people overlook her charity work.
The temporary store will sell outfits from the model's Fashion for Relief charity shows, including a Vivienne Westwood Gold Label dress which Campbell wore on the catwalk.
Also for sale will be a Christopher Kane gown worn by Amanda Holden, a Tom Ford suit worn by David Walliams and a red dress which Kim Cattrall wore for her role as Samantha in Sex and the City.
Labels such as Givenchy, Stella McCartney and Mulberry have been asked to donate stock for the shop, with all profits being donated to The Prince's Trust.
This shop will stay open in the Shepherd's Bush shopping centre until April 13.