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Fashion For Relief pictures

Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell organised the Fashion For Relief show at London's Natural History Museum. The event saw celebrities taking to the catwalk modelling designs by the likes of Chanel and Christian Dior.

Cheryl Cole

Cheryl Cole was one of the stars who took a turn on the runway. The Girls Aloud singer is pictured in a Jean Paul Gautier dress. Husband Ashley Cole and bandmate Sarah Harding watched from the audience.

Daisy Lowe

Mark Ronson's ex-girlfriend Daisy Lowe struts her stuff. The event raised money for The White Ribbon Alliance, a charity that promotes safe childbirth for women in the Third World.

Sarah Ayton and Rebecca Adlington

Golden girls Sarah Ayton and Rebecca Adlington use their moment in the spotlight to show off their medals. Ayton won gold in the sailing in Beijing, while Adlington got two in the pool.


American Boy singer Estelle looks at ease on the catwalk in a full-length leopard skin number. The 28-year-old has just been nominated in five categories at November's UK Urban Music Awards.

Catherine Jenkins

Welsh opera singer Katherine Jenkins strikes a pose. The soprano, who often sings the Welsh anthem at sporting events, was recently named Britainís favourite female classical singer.

Ronan Keating

Ronan Keating strolls confidently down the runway as one of the few celebrity male models. Keating and his Boyzone bandmates are about to release Love You Anyway, their first new single for nine years.


Sugababes singer Heidi Range (left) lost one of her heels on the catwalk, but luckily managed to recover. Other models on the night included rock daughters Kimberly Stewart and Lizzie Jagger.

Mischa Barton

OC actress Mischa Barton was also in the audience for the show. She has been in the papers this week after reportedly spending the evening with Hollywood actor Josh Hartnett.

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