*Naomi Campbell is busy putting together another runway benefit for the charity “Fashion for Relief” – this time to aid the victims of Japan’s catastrophic earthquake and tsunami.
The British supermodel – who opened a temporary “pop-up store” at London’s Westfield mall yesterday to benefit the charity – has previously organized a Fashion for Relief catwalk show to aid victims of Haiti’s devastating earthquake. That event last year included such celebs as Chris Brown, Helena Christensen and Malin Akerman working the runway to support the cause.
Campbell is now prepping a similar show to benefit Japan, telling British morning TV show Lorraine, “Yeah, we are going to continue (the Fashion For Relief event).
“It’s not 100 per cent confirmed but we are in talks right now and hopefully before the end of the week we should know if we’re doing a Fashion For Relief for Japan. Not in Japan, hopefully in Cannes.”
Below, some photos from Naomi’s April 5 pop-up store: