The Fashion For Relief Gala

Last night, we witnessed Naomi Campbell storm the runway of her self organised charity fashion gala, ‘Fashion For Relief’. This year’s theme was titled ‘Race to Equality’ and raised awareness and money to fight the spread of Ebola.

Set in France’s prestige Cannes, which is currently hosting its illustrious film festival, the supermodel invited friends and family, including Freedom’s Founder, Neil Ashton, who thoroughly enjoyed the night and mingled amongst fashions most beloved: Bella Hadid, Winnie Harlow and Jourdan Dunn.

Proving why she’s dominated the industry for the past 30 years, Campbell glided down the catwalk several times but her fitted studded corset combined with a flamboyant multicoloured skirt and embellished with floral prints and graffiti really caught our eye. The heart of the look had to be her lavish accessories which included over-sized cross diamond earrings with a matching necklace and chocker. Bella came in a peach ruffled dress paired with barely-there heels followed by Winnie in an eccentric frock and headpiece and covered in blossoming flowers.

Founded in 2005, the popular charity, with help from some of the world’s most reputable brands and celebrities, has raised millions of pounds for incredible causes including donations to victims of Hurricane Katrina, the British Summer floods and also the Whitechapel Mission.