Mega beauty and supermodel, Naomi Campbell is launching a pop-up shop this month, selling clothes donated by herself, her friends and top designers, in aid of the fight against Ebola.
The store, which will open at Westfield shopping centre in London, is an initiative that forms part of her recent Fashion for Relief campaign to raise awareness about the spread of Ebola, and will be open for one week only, between November 28th and December 4th.
The top model, who launched Fashion for Relief in 2005 and has raised millions by organising similar ventures for other charities in the past, said;
“I’m incredibly excited to return to Westfield London to launch the pop-up store. Raising awareness of Ebola and educating on its prevention is crucial to help prevent the spread of this deadly disease.
We hope the Fashion for Relief store will contribute to the much needed funds and awareness, while offering people the unique chance to bag some stunning designer outfits and accessories.”
With the Naomi’s social circle certain to bring in some amazing garments, and the fight against the spread of Ebola being such an important and pressing issue, we at SPICE see little reason not to pop in to Ms Campbell’s pop-up – your one chance to help save the world and fill your wardrobe at the same time…
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