Naomi Campbell will launch fashion shows to fight Ebola
Supermodel Naomi Campbell will launch benefit fashion shows in February to help raise funds to fight Ebola.
New York: Supermodel Naomi Campbell will launch benefit fashion shows in February to help raise funds to fight Ebola.
Campbell, 44, said wants to stage one star-studded show during New York Fashion Week in February and another to follow in London, reportedly. "I'm scared," admitted Campbell of the spread of the disease, adding she has a home in Kenya and already works with three orphanages there.
She added she wants the charity fashion shows to help victims and educate the public because she feels people do not have a clear idea about what Ebola is.
Campbell has previously created Fashion for Relief shows to benefit relief efforts in Haiti and Japan, with participants like Kate Moss, Agyness Deyn, Rosario Dawson, Karolina Kurkova, Jane Fonda, Geri Halliwell and Dame Shirley Bassey, and supporters Diane von Furstenberg, Kelly Osbourne and Dasha Zhukova.