Supermodel Naomi Campbell is opening a clothes shop in London to raise money for a charity founded by British royal Charles, Prince Of Wales.
The catwalk beauty will open the doors to her Fashion For Relief 'pop-up store' in London's Westfield shopping centre on Tuesday (05Apr11) and it will be in business for one week.
The racks will be stocked with garments created especially for the campaign by designers including Tom Ford and Christopher Kane.
Proceeds from Campbell's retail venture will benefit the Prince's Trust, which helps improve the lives of youngsters in the U.K.