Fashion for Relief is a nonprofit charity organisation, founded in 2005 by British supermodel Naomi Campbell, that collaborates with other charities and foundations. One of the organisation's hallmarks is the annual Fashion for Relief Show, which attracts the industry's elite, some of whom walk both the red carpet and the runway. 

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Held at the British Museum this year, Naomi's major event returned to London on Saturday 14 September as one of the most anticipated events of London Fashion Week. 

This show secured its spot in the visual archive of 2019's most star-studded guest lists that included the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, Marc Jacobs' wedding, Moët Grand Day Johannesburg and most recently, Rihanna's Savage x Fenty Show

This key #LFW event boasted some of the best-dressed celebrities and models, with the host setting the standard in this head-turning plunging sheer-paneled dress, accompanied by one of the biggest models in the world right now, Adut Akech.

Adut Akech and Naomi Campbell attend Fashion For R

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These were the looks that had us applauding from our front row seats on Instagram:

Tiwa Savage 

In Matic Veler, elegantly serving Origami illusions. 

Adut Akech 

Continuing her winning streak of red carpet looks in Alexander McQueen. 

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Alexa Chung 

Very Alexa. Very British, daaahling. 

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Eve and Maximillion Cooper 

The theme was clearly 'Class and Classics' for this couple.

Nieves Alvarez

In a regal Stephane Rolland gown. 

Lady Kitty Spencer

In a figure-accentuating floral Dolce and Gabbana dress. 

Leomie Anderson 

Styled by her go-to stylist, Calvin Opaleye.

Ella Eyre

The British singer's legs deserve their own Instagram account.

Maya Jama 

Another pair of legs to marvel at, thanks to this gown's generous slits. Special mention must also go to the statement caged bodice.

Fran Summers

Wearing Burberry by Riccardo Tisci, complete with a very minimalist, slick beauty look that we're certainly giving a nod to. 


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