Naomi Campbell Plans Fashion Show For Haiti Relief
Naomi Campbell is doing her part to help those affected by the earthquake in Haiti and planning a fashion show to benefit relief efforts.
She will throw another one of her "Fashion For Relief" fashion shows bringing together designers and celebrities around the country to raise funds for the country in despair.
This is not Campbell's first time helping people in need, she previously staged fashion shows to help Katrina victims and victims of a terrorist attack in Mumbai.
Now one of the world's top super model's is organizing another “Fashion for Relief” runway show scheduled to take place during New York Fashion Week.
Speaking on the event, Campbell says that she has yet to find a designer that has turned down the opportunity to help.
"Everyone else is trying to help Haiti, and we wanted to do our part on the fashion side of things. The response has been overwhelming. No one has said 'no' -- which means a lot because it's such a busy time with designers preparing their fall collections."
The event takes place Feb. 12.
Tickets for the show will go on sale Feb. 5 exclusively for American Express card holders for $100 or $15 before becoming accessible to non-American Express members.
The fashion show is expected to gross over $100,000 in ticket sales alone.