She has mastered the art of staging fun, star-studded catwalk events as well as designing a range of T-shirts. But now, Naomi Campbell is going one step further in the name of charity by becoming a shopkeeper.
The shop will sell outfits from her Fashion for relief shows, and will include a Vivienne Westwood evening dress sported by Campbell herself, along with a Tom Ford suit worn by comedian David Walliams. To keep stock plentiful, Campbell has called upon leading labels such as Givenchy, Christopher Kane, Stella McCartney and Mulberry, as well as celebrities, to donate pieces to the shop, which will open from April 6 to 13.
Profits be donated to The Prince�s Trust, benefiting 14 to 30-year-olds who need practical and financial support in order to turn their lives around. �Telegraph