Supermodel Naomi Campbell is raising money for flood victims in Pakistan by selling T-shirts depicting her 25 years in the fashion industry.
The 40-year-old runway beauty teamed up with Italian designers Dolce and Gabbana for a Fashion For Relief bash at their flagship store in London where she signed the T-shirts bearing pictures of her, reported
"We decided that all proceeds from the T-shirts will go to support Pakistan flood victims. I have no goal for how much can be raised. No amount can match what these people have been through," said Campbell.
Other guests at the exclusive party included Lily Allen, Claudia Schiffer and Elizabeth Hurley.
Campbell has raised millions for a variety of causes from Hurricane Katrina victims to those devastated most recently by the Haiti earthquake with her Fashion for Relief, a charity she founded in 2005.
And the British model is not stopping at London to raise money for the flood victims.
"We're going on a worldwide tour, beginning (at the D&G boutique) in London. Then Milan, Paris, Moscow and Shanghai. All proceeds go to Fashion for Relief, supporting Pakistan flood victims," she said.