Supermodel and philanthropist Naomi Campbell dropped in at London's Dolce & Gabbana with a hefty check for those affected by the floods in Pakistan.
Naomi, who was the first celebrity to appear in the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign in 1996, has displayed her compassion for humanity throughout her career.
The 41-year-old smiled as she handed £94,000 to representative Zach Abrahams.
The money was raised in collaboration with D&G.
The fashion house released a collection of limited edition t-shirts in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Naomi's presence on the fashion scene.
The designer shirts were printed with the most iconic images of the London native from photographers including Steven Meisel, Steven Klein and Mario Testino.
The model also recently raised hefty sums for those victims of the Japanese tsunami with a Fashion For Relief show in Cannes, France.
Of the natural disaster the covergirl said: "The detruction caused by th Earthquake in Japan is completely heartbreaking.
"It's so hard to even begin to comprehend the tragic loss the people of Japan are coping with.
"I felt very passionate to try and help in whatever way possible, to do out part and to support Japan at this time.
"I hope that the money raised in from Fashion for Relief in Cannes will supoprt those who need it most."
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