London, United Kingdom (CNS) – Supermodel Naomi Campbell’s Fashion For Relief show managed to gather a plethora of celebrities to strut their stuff down the catwalk in a bid to raise money for Haiti. Kate Moss’s second stint down the runway in six years was one of the main attractions at Somerset House in London last night.
In a tribute to the late British designer Alexander McQueen, his friend Moss wore his design as she showed that she still had it as she strutted her stuff in a leather Basque and floaty blue print mini dress. Moss was joined on the runway by celebrities such as: Geri Halliwell, Shirley Bassey, Larry Lamb, Nicola Roberts, The Saturdays, James Corden and David Walliams.
Speaking of Corden and Walliams, the comic pair managed to steal some of the attention away from Moss as they reached the end of the catwalk together. The pair reached the end for their photo opportunity and embraced each other in a very passionate kiss.
Campbell had much success with her New York version of the fashion show last week. The model explains: “I am deeply saddened by the recent tragedy in Haiti. So many have been killed and severely affected by the earthquake – women and children in particular are most vulnerable in disasters. Fashion is universal, personal and touches everyone.”