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Naomi Campbell hosts show to raise money for Ebola charity

FASHION WITH A CAUSE: Supermodel Naomi Campbell's annual Fashion For Relief charity show raised money for Ebola this year

BRITISH SUPERMODEL Naomi Campbell proved that she's still queen of the catwalk as she walked the runway at her Fashion For Relief charity show at London's Somerset House yesterday (Feb 19) evening.

The 44-year-old beauty donned a glittery gold coat as she sashayed her way down the catwalk at her annual fashion show - held to raise awareness for the Ebola crisis in Africa.

Kicking off London Fashion Week with style, industry heavyweights and a host of celebrities joined Campbell on the runway as they strutted in n pieces donated from different designers.

Campbell led the way as the likes of Katie Price, Sarah Ferguson, Alesha Dixon, Daisy Lowe, Jourdan Dunn, Pixie Lott, Caroline Flack, Georgia May Jagger and Laura Whitmore also took on the runway in an array of delectable outfits.

The event also saw items from designers, artists and celebrities put up for auction, with the proceeds going to the Disaster Emergency Committee - including the Ebola Crisis Appeal and the Ebola Survival Fund.

Last year's event raised over £1.4 million to help victims of the Haitian earthquake.

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