By Bernard Dayo
Naomi Campbell, last night, brought her annual Fashion for Relief runway show and fundraiser to the Cannes Film Festival. The casting, as usual, rivalled that of a major Paris Fashion Week show, with supers like Kate Moss, Heidi Klum, and Erin O’Connor walking alongside Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Maria Borges. Unlike a typical fashion show, of course, the models wore looks by a variety of designers—Alexander McQueen, Versace, and Azzedine Alaïa were just a few who donated dresses for the occasion, which raised funds for Save the Children.
“I’ve always wanted to work with Save the Children,” Campbell says. “I think they’re a really great, reputable charity that’s on the ground and hand’s on, and gets the work done, and more than anything, they’re transparent in making sure the funds you raise get there, and that’s very important to me. Children are our future, and they didn’t choose this. They’ve just been caught in the crossfire.”
Below are pictures from the event: