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London FW: When celebs catwalked for a cause

Last updated on: March 2, 2010 16:59 IST


Photographs: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

After a glamorous Fashion for Relief showing to benefit earthquake-ravaged Haiti at the recent New York Fashion Week, Naomi Campbell pulled the same charitable gig at London Fashion Week on February 18. Take a look.

Seen here is former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell, getting her groove on in a hot little ruffled mini.

Short 'n' sizzling


Not to be outdone in the skinshow department, Naomi struts her stuff in a perma-pleated black number and killer stilettos.

Pitching for charity


British cricket player Andrew Flintoff also took to the runway, looking very dapper in a charcoal-grey suit.

Pretty mamma


Television personality Denise Van Outen showed off her baby bump and a healthy glow in a wispy off-white affair.

Dare to bare


Model and daughter of Irish musician Bob Geldof, Pixie Geldof cops an attitude in a teensy black ensemble.

Being a sport


Footballer and Arsenal captain Francesc Fabregas was another big name to feature in the showing, striking a relaxed pose in trousers and a deep blue jacket.

Twice as nice


British actress Amanda Holden pouts for the cameras alongside Denise Van Outen, as they show off special edition tees for the Haiti fundraising effort.

Supermodel trio


Kate Moss, Annabelle Neilson and Naomi Campbell cut a colourful figure on the ramp, kitted out in kitschy prints and cuts.

Making a statement


And finally, lending her support was Britain's First Lady Sarah Brown, who gave a speech at the event.