Fashion Relief

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This star-studded London event was actually the opening of a Pop Up store benefitting Fashion For Relief. And with boldfaces — and clothes — like this, it looks poised for success.

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Sophie Ellis Bextor trades in her usual mid-century togs for a more recent vintage; keeps the pretty.

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Speaking of late 20th century, Keisha Buchanan.

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Between the shoes and the skirt, Naomi Campbell won't be walking anywhere tonight.

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Elen Rives channels a stained-glass window circa '74. I'm seeing guitar in this church.

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Ana Araujo shows one way to do the sheer blouse: toning it down with a jacket and scarf.

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I love the way Beverley Knight uses shades of gray (grey, I guess, considering the locale) to add depth to this ensemble!

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You can just tell "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" was playing in Bip Ling's room while she got dressed. We've all been there.

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Shingia Shoniwa balances the boldness of her frock with an assertive shoe, and totally pulls it off.

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Shingia Shoniwa's dress looks like one of those craft projects you make in elementary school where you cover a cigar box with circles of tissue paper bent into flowers around a pencil eraser.