Naomi Campbell and friends flock to Vivienne Westwood unveiling


Designer Vivienne Westwood sported the 'Vital Statistics' T-shirt that she designed for Naomi Campbell's Haiti charity appeal
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Pixie Geldof was on the runway modelling some of the designs from Vivienne's new Red Label line
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After supplying the chic T-shirts at Naomi Campbell's star-studded charity fashion show last week, Vivienne Westwood brought the supermodel and other stars out for her own London Fashion Week unveiling on Sunday.

Joining Naomi in the front row at the catwalk show for the designer's new Red Label line was pop superstar Janet Jackson, who was paying close attention in a smart grey jacket.

Other celebs at the Royal Courts of Justice event included Kate Moss, Mama Do singer Pixie Lott, former model Jo Wood and Girls Aloud member Nicola Roberts, who looked striking in a black laced-front top and short skirt combo.

And the stars weren't just in the audience. On the runway Pixie Geldof modelled a variety of outfits from Vivienne's collection, which featured splashes of her trademark tartan, plus draping dresses and overcoats.

Along with her models the designer once again chose to sport the 'Vital Statistics' T-shirt she created for Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief charity.

Featuring facts and figures relating to climate change and the Haiti earthquake, the item of clothing aims to raise money for pregnant women and new mums in the devastated Caribbean country.


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