Doing her part to help others, Naomi Campbell was spotted at a check presentation event in London, England on Saturday (July 16).
The gorgeous supermodel handed over a jumbo-sized check for 94,000 pounds ($151,490.40) to Red Cross representative Zach Abraham at the Dolce & Gabbana flagship store, with the funds dedicated to earthquake and tsunami relief in Japan.
Naomi recently held a celebrity fashion show in Cannes, France in an effort to amass as much money as possible for Japanese victims.
Prior to the gig, Campbell explained, "The plan is in Cannes to raise money, we have done these all over the world, so usually it is that every item of clothing you see on the runway you can buy, and this show tomorrow, Fashion Relief for Japan, it's all red carpet dresses, that is the theme, so each dress can be bought with great auction items. And what is great that is it's not just models walking down the runway but people that you recognize from different fields, which is what makes it fun."
"The thing that makes it the most fun of all is that the public get to see the show, because they never really get to see fashion shows because it is just for the industry, so that's what makes it."