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Naomi Campbell brings A-list stars to Cannes charity catwalk show

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Naomi Campbell brought her Fashion for Relief charity to the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday. The annual French celebration is always awash with catwalk stars, with Bella Hadid, Petra Nemcova and Kendall Jenner already wowing on the red carpet.

And it seems Naomi rounded up all her model pals for her latest charity effort, with the organisation raising cash for environmental and humanitarian causes across the globe.

The annual catwalk raises money for environmental and humanitarian causes

Kendall, Bella and Naomi strutted their stuff in showstopping gowns, before Heidi Klum brought even more star power to proceedings, and showed off her underwear in a sheer bejewelled skirt teamed with a white T-shirt.

The audience were wowed when Kate Moss made her way down the runway, wearing her signature tailored look with a glitzy blazer, with fellow British models Jourdan Dunn and Erin O'Connor not far behind.

Naomi Campbell with Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid

It wasn't just models who walked though; Mary J. Blige, Antonio Banderas, Gwendoline Christie and screen icon Faye Dunaway also glided down the catwalk.

And the audience was just as jam-packed with A-listers. Uma Thurman, Donatella Versace, Sarah Ferguson and her daughter Princess Beatrice, Lewis Hamilton and Leonardo DiCaprio all took in the show.

Proceeds from the event are going to Save the Children, a charity Naomi works closely with.

The supermodel, 47, works closely with charity Save the Children

The 47-year-old catwalk legend recently headed to Jordan to visit a refugee camp, where she met children displaced by the conflict in the Middle East.

"It was a great experience. It was a humbling experience because these people are not wallowing in self pity," she told Sky News. "They're not looking for handouts. They don't want to leave their country in this way. They've left their home, they've lost their things, they've lost loved ones."