Naomi Campbell & Sarah Brown's Fashion Show for Haiti

Parties aren't enough, Fashion's throwing its own version of Hope for Haiti, gathering its A-list stars for a London Fashion Week show. Naomi Campbell
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Parties aren't enough, Fashion's throwing its own version of Hope for Haiti, gathering its A-list stars for a London Fashion Week show. Naomi Campbell

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Parties aren't enough, Fashion's throwing its own version of Hope for Haiti, gathering its A-list stars for a London Fashion Week show. Naomi Campbell and First Lady Sarah Brown will stage a charity show on February 18th, the night before LFW officially starts. They've already landed dresses from Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood and Dolce & Gabbana, apparently they're still building a roster of celebrities and models to walk the runway. How exactly they'll make buckets of money to send to Haiti remains to be mentioned. Meanwhile, this Saturday, DecadesTwo is hosting their annual shoe sale and sending a chunk of the profits to Haiti via Artists for Peace and Justice. Everything -- Louboutin, Alaia, Prada, McQueen, Marc -- sells for under $150 from 9am to 6pm at the store (8214 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles).

And if instead of buying shoes you want to donate your old ones, drop them off at Sigerson Morrison (in New York, LA, or Palm Beach). They'll give you 15% off their Spring collection, donate your shoes via Soles4Souls and match your pair with one more.