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London FW: When celebs catwalked for a cause

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

London FW: When celebs catwalked for a cause

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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.


Photographs: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters
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Short 'n' sizzling

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


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Pitching for charity

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


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Pretty mamma

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



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Dare to bare

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


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Being a sport

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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.


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Twice as nice

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


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Supermodel trio

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


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Making a statement

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


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