Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief at LFW
Naomi Campbell’s Fashion For Relief show is this Thursday, but unlike the rest of the London’s Fashion Week shows, proceeds will go to the Ebola Survival Fund. Campbell has organized her celebrity friends to model and a number of fashion houses have donated designs, including Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana. The New York show's runway stars included Mary J Blige, Kelly Osborne, and Michelle Rodriguez. Tickets cost £50 and sales are open to the public.Read more: TELEGRAPH

Opening Ceremony and KENZO News
Opening Ceromony’s, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, showcased their autumn/winter 15 collection alongside never before seen photographs by Spike Jonze. Inspired by Spike’s photos, Opening Ceremony even used a portrait of Chloë Sevigny on a t-shirt. Unfortunately, the exhibit was only on for the night, but the Lim and Leon have something else in the pipeline. KENZO is celebrating Chinese New Year in London. Shoppers will receive a red envelope that could give them up to £20 off their purchase between 16th and 21st of February at their Mount St Store. Read more: I-D

Lanvin's SS 15 Campaign Video
Lanvin’s SS 15 campaign video has premiered. “All women are daughters, all men are sons” is tagline for the second season running, originally Lanvin featured all of Edie Campbell’s family. Lanvin Spring 2015 features Kirsten Owen with her daughter Billie Rose, and brothers Callum and Haydn Rockall. See the video for the rest of the families featured. Watch here: STYLE.COM

The MET's New Exhibition 
MET Costume Institute will unveil “China: through The Looking Glass” on May 7. The exhibition explores the influences of Chinese art and film on western fashion, featuring over 130 designs from the archives of Alexander McQueen, Yves Saint Laurent, Roberto Cavalli, and more. Read more: STYLE.COM