Naomi Campbell, shopkeeper?
Believe it or not, that's the supermodel's latest role. Campbell is opening a pop-up shop in the name of charity, reports the Telegraph.
The model-turned-philanthropist is teaming up with London's Westfield Shopping Center on the retail venture, which will sell drool-worthy garments that designers have donated for the supermodel's Fashion for Relief runway shows.
The shop will house items from labels like Givenchy, Stella McCartney, Mulberry and Christopher Kane, and one-off pieces like a Vivienne Westwood evening dress worn by Campbell herself and a Tom Ford suit sported by Lara Stone's hubby, David Walliams. In addition to designer donations, the shop will also stock contributions from celebs' closets.
As if we needed more to entice us, the Telegraph reports that famous faces will be behind the cash registers and at the DJ booth. Renowned fashion set designer Michael Howells is creating the window displays.
Campbell's other charitable efforts include designing a range of T-shirts for Dolce & Gabbana and organizing the annual Fashion for Relief shows during New York and London Fashion Weeks. All proceeds from this latest venture will support the Prince's Trust, which helps people ages 14 to 30 turn their lives around.
The shop opens next month for one week only, April 6 to 13, so hurry up and book those plane tickets.
In other supermodel news, check out Kate Moss' new commercial for Dior Addict lipstick.