NAOMI CAMPBELL is bringing her Fashion for Relief pop-up store to Westfield London.
The pop-up will open in the Shepherd’s Bush shopping centre between November 27 and December 8.
The store will be stocked of limited edition designer pieces and items donated by the star’s famous friends and family. Pieces from the supermodel’s own wardrobe will also be available to shop.
As well as providing visitors with the chance to get their hands on some exclusive designer garments, there will also be a schedule of talks and activities throughout the week.
Campbell said it was “a pleasure to partner with Westfield London once again”.
The announcement of the store comes after the Fashion for Relief runway show returned to London in September.
This year, the organisation is working with the Mayor’s Fund for London, a social mobility charity that supports young people who come from low-income backgrounds.
The money raised from the Fashion for Relief store will go towards supporting young Londoners with programmes to help them secure employment and achieve their potential.
Speaking earlier this year, mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: “I’m delighted that Naomi and Fashion For Relief have chosen to support the Mayor’s Fund for London. We share the belief that all young people, regardless of their background, should have the opportunity to fulfil their potential, and this support will make a big difference in the charity’s work to help young Londoners.”
Founded by Campbell in 2005, Fashion for Relief was initially started to raise money for victims of Hurricane Katrina. Since then it has gone on to raise funds to provide life-saving food, shelter and medical treatment for those in need around the world.