Carmen Andreica, Careers and Student Services Manager at LCCA, and LCCA students attended Naomi Campbell’s charity gala, “Fashion for Relief”. Being part of a creative school, LCCA students were lucky to receive exclusive invites to the star-studded occasion.
Founded by Naomi in 2005, “Fashion for Relief” has so far raised millions for disaster relief and humanitarian causes around the world.
Making its London homecoming at the British Museum during London Fashion Week, the focus of this year’s event was youth empowerment and supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, particularly those who wish to join the creative sector.
The extravaganza comprised of a cocktail reception, catwalk show, and a dinner; a great networking opportunity for LCCA students. There was also an auction held on the night which was giving away prized art and designer items.
The fundraising event was attended by over 500 A-list guests and the funds raised will go towards employability programmes which offer support to young Londoners from low-income backgrounds.