Naomi Campbell launches fashion shop to raise money for Ebola

After Bob Geldof and the former French First Lady Carla Bruni, joining the league of celebrities who lent support to the Ebola crisis is supermodel Naomi Campbell. She launched a Fashion for Relief Pop-Up Shop at Westfield shopping centre in London.(Read:Latest Ebola News: Carla Bruni to raise funds for Ebola with French song)

People can buy a wide range of designer clothes and items donated by Campbell's famous friends at the temporary shop for the next one week only.

Items include clothes by designers Alexander McQueen, D&G, Givenchy and Jenny Packman - who donated a gold sequinned dress previously worn by Shirley Bassey.
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Campbell was thrilled with the turn-out, saying, 'It is a great time of year for a shop like this. People are looking for presents and looking for dresses to go out. What was important to me was finding a way to see how we could help.'

Rapper Tinie Tempah and actor Idris Elba joines the 44-year-old catwalk queen in her cause.

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