Naomi Campbell, like all of us, has had a busy week. After showing (and walking) part one of her Fashion for Relief charity runway shows and closing Zac Posen at New York Fashion Week (and making an appearance on the latest episode of "Empire," albeit with her name misspelled in the credits), the supe threw part deux of her star-studded Fashion for Relief show on the other side of the pond Thursday night.
Kicking off London Fashion Week, the original supermodel rallied an eclectic list of bold names to help fight Ebola by walking the runway. The notable line-up included Jourdan Dunn, Alice Dellal, Georgia May Jagger, Daisy Lowe, Dame Vivienne Westwood, Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson — and famous-in-Britain celebs like Katie Price, Alesha Dixon and Pixie Lott. (Oh, and socialite Annabelle Neilson for those of you who hate-watched Bravo's "Ladies of London.")
For the clothes, Campbell reached out to her very top-tier designer connections, including, Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Azzedine Alaia, Balmain, Versace, Stella McCartney, Givenchy, Marchesa and Westwood, of course. Fausto Puglisi also contributed his double-leg slit dress made famous by Kendall Jenner last summer at the MuchMusic Video Awards.
The show looked like fun, with the Duchess breaking runway etiquette with whackadoo expressions, Jourdan Dunn giving her best Miley Cyrus impression and Dame Westwood enjoying an assist down the catwalk from a male model wearing gold short shorts. Oh, and there was lots of high-fiving. Check out the highlights in the gallery below.