If you’re in London and looking to get your hands on some of the fashion elite’s lightly worn throwaways, then look no further than Naomi Campbell’s Fashion for Relief pop-up shop, going down at Westfield London.
Proceeds from the sale will go towards quite a timely cause – to help raise awareness of Ebola. Vouge UK says the store will be open for a week, from November 28 to December 4 and will include clothing from model friends, as well as pieces donated by designers. Westfield has hosted Fashion for Relief pop-up shops before, but this year’s promises to be much larger, with a wider array of pieces up for grabs.
Campbell has been active in raising money to help fight Ebola. The legendary model is also hosting a Fashion for Relief show during both New York and London Fashion Week in February to gather funds for the cause. “Ebola does not discriminate,” she told Page Six.
[via Vogue UK]