London Fashion Week started off with celebrities taking to the catwalk for Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief 2015.
The charity fashion show, which has been running annually for a number of years now, was in aid of the Ebola crisis in Africa.
The show kicked off in style, with a number of celebrities – such as Michelle Keegan, Mark Wright, Rupert Everett, Tallia Storm, Ella Eyre, Bruno Tonioli, DJ Bip Ling, Vivienne Westwood and Bob Geldof - and significant fashion industry figures in attendance to show their support for the cause.
Models and celebrities took part in the show and strutted their stuff in a range of cool, glamorous and quirky outfits.
Celebrities who took part in the show included Pixie Lott, Katie Price, Alesha Dixon, Caroline Flack, Annabelle Neilson, Katie Piper, Sarah 'Fergie' Ferguson, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Jane Crawford and Laura Whitmore.
The celebrity looks and outfits were pretty vibrant and eccentric. Katie Price rocked up an androgynous look, opting for a suit and bow tie. TV presenter and Strictly Come Dancing winner Caroline Flack looked regal wearing a prom-style dress and a crown fascinator with black netting. Pop singer and Strictly Come Dancing star Pixie Lott wore a black tuxedo jacket, a matching bodice, a bunny tail and bunny ears.
Alesha Dixon shimmered in a gold fringed mini dress. Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts look glamorous in a red floor-length gown and Sarah Ferguson, the former Duchess of York, looked elegant in a black floor-length gown.
Models, such as Daisy Lowe, Alice Dellal and Georgia May Jagger, also took part in the event but supermodels Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn completely dominated the catwalk, wearing a couple of outfits each. Jourdan wore a metallic checked mini dress, and a two piece suit made up of wide legged pleated trousers and a pair of ankle boots. Naomi donned a glittery gold coat, and a sheer black Roberto Cavalli dress with gold embellishments and feathers.
All in all, the event was bound to be fun, fabulous, glitzy and glamorous, but most of all, it was successful and for an important cause: to raise loads of money for the Ebola crisis in Africa.
Who do you think stole the show? What do you think of "fashion for a cause"?
This article was written by Chichi Ogwe. Chichi is from London but studies in Leeds. Keep up with what Chichi is up to on her blog Trends, Style & Features