Katie Piper was the queen of the catwalk as she joined a host of stars strutting their stuff at the annual Fashion for Relief show. The 31-year-old TV presenter looked sensational as she sashayed down the runway in a fringed dress by designer Mark Fast, smiling broadly as she helped support the charity event.
Katie, who welcomed her baby daughter Belle in March, was one of a number of famous faces taking part in the Fashion for Relief show, which kick starts London Fashion Week.
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Sarah Ferguson certainly got into the spirit of things, and gave an energetic and animated turn on the catwalk, spreading her arms out wide as she modelled a high-necked sleeveless black dress that hugged her figure. The Duchess of York is something of a regular at the Fashion for Relief shows; in 2007 she famously walked the runway with her eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice.
Strictly Come Dancing winner Caroline Flack made her catwalk debut at the event, wearing a tulle prom dress and a crown-shaped hat as she paraded in front of London's fashion pack. Bruno Tonioli, meanwhile, seemed perfectly at home as he hit the runway wearing shimmering gold trousers.
Alesha Dixon looked every bit a model as she showed off her endless legs in a fringed silver dress, while Pixie Lott was a real fashion bunny as she graced the runway looking sexy and stylish in a plunging playsuit teamed with rabbit ears and a tail.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell launched Fashion for Relief in 2005 to help those affected by Hurricane Katrina. This year’s event was held to help raise money for victims of Ebola, with dresses donated by designers including Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney, Balmain, Marchesa and Versace.
Naomi said: "I am delighted to be at the forefront of a campaign which is helping raise awareness about the Ebola virus around the world.
"Thousands of families and villages have been decimated by this dreadful disease and we must do everything to treat and stop it spreading anymore in the future."