By Natasha

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Naomi Campbell is in her 10th year of her Fashion For Relief Charity. And last night she brought out the stars to walk the runway for a cause. Check he pics inside…

She’s always a stunner! Supermodel Naomi Campbell announced that her Fashion For Relief Campaign’s latest project is to help raise vital funds and awareness towards the fight against Ebola. Her charity organization started back in 2005 in order to mobilize the fashion industry to support important causes through fashion shows and special events.

So yesterday at the Lincoln Center, she tapped her fashionable friends to walk the runway to raise funds and awareness.

June Ambrose in her golden Tom Ford t-shirt dress made a splash at the event alongside former ELLE creative director Joe Zee.

NeNe Leakes tapped into her sexy side with this black high slit dress.

Rosario Dawson kept it chic in a black & white ensemble.

“The Real” co-hosts Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon looked fab on the carpet.

Loving this look on the soon-to-be Mrs. Lenny Santiago.

Also rocking the all white trend, “Today” show and MSNBC host Tamron Hall kept it fab in a pantsuit.

Christina Milian hopped on the all white bandwagon in a tuxedo jacket and heels as she posed it up with her sister and “Christina Turned Up” co-star Liz.

Quincy was there too posing it up with the ladies.

Watch out Quincy…Viv likes ’em young.

Vivica Fox whipped out her fur for the occasion.

And J. Alexander was there flaunting his model walk.

Backstage, Naomi caught up with Quincy, Kelly Osbourne, Bethann Hardison, and Lewis Hamilton.

Even Justin Bieber.

And looky looky. Naomi’s “Empire” star Hakeem (Bryshere Y. Gray) was there giving “mama” kisses. Ha!

And Tyson Beckford put his modeling skills to good use too.

Out on the catwalk:

Cassie finally exercised her modeling skills. And so did the pros:

Bryshere is looking good on that catwalk. Newfound passion for him maybe?

Fab times for a cause!

Photos: Getty

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