Naomi Campbell to open a pop-up store in London

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After raising funds for disaster victims in Haiti and Japan, Naomi Campbell has taken on another worthy cause. Her latest goal is to raise awareness of the Ebola virus in an effort to stop the spread of the disease, according to

From November 28 to December 4, a Fashion for Relief pop-up store at Westfield mall will sell clothes donated personally by Campbell and by her famous friends, including supermodels and designers. 

“We are absolutely delighted to be working again with Naomi Campbell and her Fashion for Relief initiative to support a worthy cause that’s affecting so many lives,” said Myf Ryan, Westfield’s director of marketing for the UK and Europe. “In 2011, Westfield London hosted the first Fashion for Relief Pop up store which raised over £20,000 [around $32,000] in one week. This year, the store will be bigger and better with hundreds of designer pieces on sale. We have no doubt it will be a brilliant success.”

A few weeks ago, Page Six reported that the supermodel also plans to organize two charity fashion shows for the cause in February, one in London and the other in New York.

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