Supermodel and supercars team up for Haiti
Tuesday 16 February 2010
Naomi Campbell and Lotus Cars are to auction eight specially-designed Evora sports cars to raise money for the relief effort in Haiti.
The "Naomi for Haiti" Evora sports car has been specially designed by Lotus Design Director Donato Coco for to reflect Campbell's "design direction" and features a colour scheme that reflects the flag of Haiti.
Eight of the vehicles will be auctioned at Naomi Campbell's Fashion for Relief charity fashion show on the 18th of February at the London Fashion Week venue at Somerset House. The remaining Evoras will also be featured on an auction run on the "Naomi for Haiti" website at www.naomiforhaiti.com, with users able to bid between 08:00 GMT on February 19 and 12:00 noon GMT on February 28 2010.
The winners and the total raised for the charity are to be announced by Naomi Campbell at the first Geneva Motorshow Press Day on the 2nd of March.
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