Naomi Campbell opens a shop for charity in London
The model Naomi Campbell will open a charity shop in London, which will sell clothes donated by her, her friends and designers who wishing to make a donation.
The shop is part of her initiative Fashion for Relief, which aims to raise awareness of the epidemic of Ebola. It will only work one week - from 28 November to 4 December and will be located in one of the Westfield's shops.
"We are pleased to work again with Naomi Campbell and her initiative in support of a worthy cause", said MIF Ryan, Marketing Director Supply Chain Westfield UK and Europe.
"In 2012 we had a similar store here and just for one week we collected 20,000 pounds. This year, the store will be bigger and better. There will be hundreds of designer clothes. I no doubt its success", she added.
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