London: Kate Moss looked stunning as she attended a ‘Help For Heroes’ charity auction.
The supermodel was the belle of the ball at Harry’s Bar in Mayfair, London, looking demure and ladylike, reports the Daily Express.
A host of celebrities put themselves in the frame as they attended an auction of photos for the charity, which raises money for wounded service personnel and their families.
Dozens of wealthy stars turned up to bid for 10 images of soldiers in Afghanistan by David Bailey, raising 295,000 pounds.
The famous photographer hosted the event with GQ editor Dylan Jones and Topshop boss Sir Philip Green, who was accompanied by his daughter Chloe and wife Tina.
Also at the event were Express Newspapers Chairman Richard Desmond and his partner Joy Canfield, TV couple Tess Daly and Vernon Kay, chat show host Piers Morgan and his new wife Celia Walden and TV presenter Claudia Winkleman.
David Bailey spent a week at Camp Bastion taking shots of soldiers and said: “It’s like Apocalypse Now with less dirt. The scale makes Ridley Scott’s war movies look like a Boy Scouts’ exercise.
“I’ve never seen so many trucks and armoured cars. It’s mind-boggling.”
A range of the photographs will be published later this month in a book, ‘The British Heroes In Afghanistan’, with all proceeds going to ‘Help For Heroes’.