- Naomi Campbell looked incredible at her Fashion for Relief charity event during London Fashion Week.
- Wearing a show-stopping naked dress on the red carpet, the supermodel's look was almost completely sheer, both front and back.
- Campbell set up charity Fashion for Relief in 2005.
London Fashion Week is currently underway, and Naomi Campbell's Fashion for Relief runway show at The British Museum attracted several famous faces on Saturday night. Models Adut Akech, Stella Maxwell, and Alexa Chung were all in attendance, but it was Campbell's arrival look that caught everyone's attention.
Campbell posed in a jaw-dropping black gown featuring several sheer panels with delicate sequin adornments, and very little else. The supermodel appeared to be wearing the see-through dress without underwear.
Campbell also posed on the red carpet with model Adut Akech, who was recently featured on Meghan Markle's guest-edited British Vogue cover.
Supermodel Campbell set up the charitable foundation in 2005 after being encouraged by Nelson Mandela. Per Campbell on the official Fashion for Relief website, "He always said to use my voice to speak out about things that I care about, to speak up and do something. Fashion For Relief is dedicated to improving the lives of those living in adversity, by uniting the fashion industry as a force for good."
The organization regularly gives money to a number of charities and causes, with the website noting that, since its inception, Fashion for Relief has raised "over $15 million for good causes around the world."
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