Last night, Naomi Campbell opened this year's London Fashion Week with her Fashion For Relief Show which was held at Somerset House in London.
As well as Naomi, there were a LOT of celebs on the catwalk; Georgia May Jagger, Jourdan Dunn, Vivienne Westwood, Melissa Odabash and Daisy Lowe all represented the fashion world.
We had royalty (sort of), in the form of the Duchess of York - who appeared to be having the best night of her life. Actor Rupert Everett had a little strut on the catwalk, and the Queen of reality TV Katie Price even suited up for the occasion giving us a side of Katie Price we've NEVER seen before.
Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon donned a sparkly frock, and X Factor's Sarah-Jane Crawford did too. Strictly Come Dancing champion Caroline Flack was joined by her other Strictly friends Pixie Lott and Bruno Tonioli.
TV presenter Laura Whitmore joined Naomi Campbell in the finale. Girl's Aloud's Nicola Roberts, Dynamo, and Katie Piper completed the line-up.
All of the celebs walked the runway wearing pieces donated from the world's most prestigious fashion houses across the world including Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, Azzedine Alaia, Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney, Balmain, Marchesa, Versace and many more.
There was one person missing from the catwalk though. We'd heard rumours that Justin Bieber was supposed to be walking the catwalk, but he was a no-show.
The model revealed on Radio 1's BBC Breakfast Show that nerves apparently got the best of him, and he chose to take a seat instead of working the runway.
"He was going to walk and then he got nervous," she said. "I don't know if he got nervous, he just felt like he wanted to watch, so I was happy for the support."[ id="zHCubxo5gp"]
The show also included an auction, where the audience could bid on the likes of a Tracey Emin art piece, a holiday to the Maldives, a Bvlgari watch, a Mert and Marcus Naomi print, an Alexander McQueen dress, and many more. All funds raised on the night will go to raise vital funds and awareness towards the fight against Ebola.
Ella Eyre gave a live performance from the catwalk, singing her single, Gravity.
Talking about the night, Naomi Campbell said, "Tonight has been incredible and I am so thankful to everyone who has been involved to make the show such a brilliant success. The fight to raise awareness and bring aid to those affected by Ebola is a cause that I am so passionate about. I sincerely hope the funds raised from tonight's show will hopefully make a difference to those affected by this terrible disease. "
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