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Cooperative Designs... Donatella Does London... Royal Approval

Knitwear designers Annalisa Dunn and Dorothee Hagemann filled the London runway with a collection boasting graphic color blocks and bold stripes.

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WHAT A RELIEF: There wasn’t a whiff of recession among the happy bidders at Fashion for Relief, the annual runway show organized by Naomi Campbell that took place Wednesday night in the British Fashion Council tent at the Natural History Museum. London’s big spenders outbid each other for looks donated by designers including Alexander McQueen, Zac Posen and Christopher Kane. Models including Monica Cruz, Jo Wood, Lizzie Jagger, Estelle, Jamelia and Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley sashayed down the runway in their designer garb and in jewels provided by Garrard. The spectacle raised funds for The White Ribbon Alliance, a coalition of organizations for the protection of pregnant women and newborn children around the world.
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