Supermodel Naomi Campbell showcased her effortlessly cool style credentials at the launch of her Fashion for Relief pop-up store to raise money to combat the Ebola crisis. The 44-year-old looked chic in a two-toned grey sleeveless dress with a plunging neckline for the star-studded event on Thursday night.
Naomi accessorised her outfit with a pair of black knee-high boots, and chose an assortment of dazzling jewellery, from chunky silver bangles to gold bracelets and dazzling statement rings.
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The British beauty wore her hair down in a sleek straight style, rocking a full fringe. For her make-up look she chose a simple yet striking look, opting for black eyeliner and glossy lips, with her nails painted a pale pink.
Naomi mingled with guests including Idris Elba, whom she was spotted hugging and laughing with on the red carpet, as well as Made in Chelsea star Rosie Fortescue.
New mum Rebecca Ferguson also stepped out to support Naomi at the event, rocking a little black dress which she paired with a pair of statement red, leopard-printed heels.
The Fashion for Relief pop-up store sees Naomi and her close friends including Kate Moss donating some of their clothes to help raise money to combat the Ebola crisis. The charitable store will also feature brand new designer pieces at exclusive prices, and offer shoppers the chance to win a one-off celebrity item with a Golden Ticket.
It is the second time that Naomi has created an exclusive store to raise money – the first store saw over £20,000 being raised.
"I'm thrilled to return to Westfield London to launch the Fashion For Relief pop-up store," Naomi said in a statement. "Raising awareness for Ebola and educating about its prevention is crucial to help prevent the spread of this deadly disease."
"We hope the Fashion For Relief store will raise much-needed funds and awareness, whilst offering amazing pieces at accessible prices."