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Supermodel Naomi Campbell has teamed up with Westfield shopping center in London to open a pop-up shop from April 6th through 13th. The shop will be stocked, for the most part, with looks from Campbell's Fashion for Relief charity fashion shows—"and will include a Vivienne Westwood evening dress sported by Campbell herself" as well as a Tom Ford suit that once belonged to David Walliams, husband of supermodel Lara Stone and star of Little Britain. Other labels in stock will include Givenchy, Christopher Kane, Stella McCartney, and Mulberry and all proceeds will be donated to The Prince's Trust, a youth charity that helps over 40,000 people each year.
· The Prince's Trust [Official Site]
· Naomi Campbell turns shopkeeper [Telegraph]