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Naomi Campbell charity gala a huge success

ALL TOGETHER NOW: Kendall Jenner, Jourdan Dunn and Naomi Campbell herself were just some of the catwalk models on the night

LAST WEEK, the fashion world linked arms with Hollywood's A-list and royalty at Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief charity gala, in aid of children affected by refugee crises, wars and disasters.


QUEEN B: Naomi Campbell modelled some outfits

The glamorous fashion event saw the likes of Leonardo Di Caprio, Kate Moss, Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Heidi Klum, Jourdan Dunn, Donatella Versace, Erin O'Connor, Uma Thurman, Antonio Banderas, Mary J. Blige, Lewis Hamilton, Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan, Sarah Ferguson, Princess Beatrice and more coming out in support of the cause.


SOULFUL STYLE: Mary J. Blige on the catwalk

Campbell hit the catwalk with her glamorous celebrity and model friends, dressed head to toe in items donated by the world's top designers who the supermodel and activist personally called upon. Guests at the gala dinner were also treated to a special performance by soul superstar Lauryn Hill.


FAST FRIENDS: Lewis Hamilton came out to support the cause

Campbell said:


CALIFORNIA GIRL: Kendall Jenner on the red carpet

"Every time we put one of these shows together it's for a special cause. This year feels even more vital, if that's possible. What could be more important than supporting and helping children... our future. 'Child refugees' - just the phrase alone should make us all stop and think."


VETERAN: Kate Moss appeared in support of fellow Croydonite Naomi Campbell

Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan was an honorary guest of this year's show. She was presented with a Fellowship Award for her outstanding work in improving the lives of women and children in local communities in Jordan and the surrounding region.


DUN KNOW: London supermodel Jourdan Dunn stunned

In February, Campbell visited the Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan, which is home to over 80,000 Syrian refugees, more than half of which are children. She said:


NEW SKOOL RULES: Supermodel Bella Hadid on her way into Fashion for Relief

"I saw first-hand exactly what these children are going through. I met with children who have been traumatised by the war - some had even stopped speaking and given up on life at three or four years old."


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