Naomi Campbell collaborated with Westfield Shopping Centre in London to open a pop-up store for charity, as the money will be donated to The Prince’s Trust organization.
This store will be open from 6 to 13 April and will sell products of famous designers, informs femalefirst.co.uk.
The exhibits on sale include an evening gown designed by Vivienne Westwood for Naomi Campbell, but also an outfit donated by actor David Walliams, that was created by designer Tom Ford.
Fashion houses Stella McCartney, Mulberry, Givenchy and Christopher Kane will donate various items of clothing for this store, whose windows will be decorated by designer Michael Howells.
Naomi Campbell will become a shop girl for a few days and other celebrities will do the same. Also, a celebrity DJ, whose identity has not yet been disclosed, promised that visitors of this pop-up store will be part of an exhilarating experience.
British charity The Prince’s Trust, founded in 1976 by Prince Charles, helps disadvantaged young people to rebuild their lives.
Naomi Campbell is no stranger to charity galas, as the famous British model stood out lately as an organizer of such events. Naomi organizes each year the Fashion for Relief Catwalk and designed a line of T-shirts that were sold for humanitarian purposes.