Following Naomi Campbell's successful and celebrity-studded Haiti Benefit runway show during New York Fashion Week, the British Fashion Council presented its version of the show at London's prestigious Somerset House.
The event raised money for The White Ribbon Alliance, of which Sarah Brown, the UK Prime Minister's wife, is the Global Patron. The organization, which campaigns for safer pregnancies and childbirth, will contribute proceeds from the event and online sale of the runway looks to help pregnant women and new mothers in Haiti.
Featuring international faces in fashion, music, film, TV, sports and society, the catwalk showcased stunning designs by Vivienne Westwood, Jaeger, Alexander McQueen and Dolce & Gabbana.
Kate Moss, who didn't appear in the New York show, strutted down the runway in a flirty, floral mini with leather bustier by Alexander McQueen, stopping at the end to shake her hips to the music and giving us her best model pout.
Naomi joined Moss on the runway, along with Alexander McQueen's muse Annabelle Neilsen. As a tribute to the late fashion designer, all three ladies wore blue mini-dresses from McQueen's final collection, Spring/Summer 2010.
Walking the runway in a pink feathered mini was ex-spice girl (no not Posh), but Ginger Spice, aka Geri Halliwell, who later changed into the charity T-shirt, specially-designed by Vivienne Westwood to raise money for Haiti. The custom cropped tee flaunted Halliwell's tan and toned midriff.
And just as Agyness Deyn fell on the runway in the New York show, there was another model tumble in London. Tolula Adeyemi stumbled in her giant platform heels, just missing falling straight into the audience.
Check out the Fashion For Relief show below.