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Updated: February 20, 2010 17:31 IST

Supermodels come together for Haiti show

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A model at Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief - Haiti fashion benefit, shown during Fashion Week in New York. Photo: AP
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A model at Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief - Haiti fashion benefit, shown during Fashion Week in New York. Photo: AP

British supermodels Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Nicola Roberts walked the ramp for ‘Fashion for Relief’ to raise money for survivors of the Haitian earthquake.

Naomi and Kate wore designs from McQueens' last Spring/Summer 2010 collection as a tribute to the fashion designer. The event was organised by Naomi, reported femalefirst.co.uk.

“I am deeply saddened by the recent tragedy in Haiti,” she said. So many have been killed and severely affected by the earthquake - women and children in particular are most vulnerable in disasters. Fashion is universal, personal and touches everyone,” she added.

Other celebrities who walked the ramp included “Girls Aloud” singer Kimberley Walsh, Welsh diva Dame Shirley Bassey, former “Spice Girl” Geri Halliwell and socialite Pixie Geldof.

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