naomi campbell on catwalk for mumbai victims - indian fashion jewelry
MUMBAI (Reuters Life! )-
On Saturday, British supermodel Naomi Campbell stepped down the Mumbai ramp to pay tribute to the victims of the Mumbai attacks on last November.
With many Indian celebrities, 39-year-
Old Cambell raised money for the city's emergency medical services in a charity show called Mumbai Mai.
Campbell leads a charity called relief fashion.
Three Islamic militants.
India's financial and entertainment capital Mumbai has seen a day of riots at some of its most famous landmarks, killing 166 people.
After the show, Campbell, dressed in red sari and traditional Indian jewelry, told Reuters why she likes to come to India, but will not perform again in Bollywood, how the global economic slowdown affects her charity. Q.
Can you talk about how the concept of Mumbai came into being? A.
"I'm a model for IMG (
International Management Group
In the United States and Europe, they told me that they wanted to do something for the explosion that happened at the Taj Mahal (hotel)
And Oberoi (hotel)
They asked me, what do you want to do, and I said I wanted to contribute fashion to relief, which just started there. Q.
In a place like South Africa, you are known for your charity work. A.
"This is where I'm going next.
I have to be an orphanage in Cape Town, Look sir. Nelson)Mandela. ” Q.
Why did you come to India? A.
"I 've been to India many times and I don't know, it's a place to think, relax and rejuvenate.
So, I keep asking fern (
Senior Vice President, Mallis, IMG)
A lot of times I want to go to India and India fashion week why no one brought me!
I like India and I am very happy to be here.
This is what I want.
I think God has a plan for everything and there is no better way to do this show here. ” Q.
Do you think there is enough fashion for charity? A.
"Although I want the public to see it, I will not do so for the worship of the public.
It is important to me that as a fashion society, we make our own contribution because many people feel that fashion designers or fashion people are superficial and we don't pay, we don't care. It’s not true. We do care.
Like what you asked the actors to do.
It's our contribution that you ask them to give speeches and let singers do concerts, and that's what we do. Q.
In addition to the money they bring, how does a fashion show like you just did contribute? A.
"We do have silent auctions and we try to be cautious.
I also seek people for private donations.
We are in one (financial)
That's why, more importantly, I have to rely on private donations.
I am worried that charities in the world will be affected, but I can only focus on the institutions that work with me.
They will be tough in this crisis.
They are very dependent on private donations, and this is the time we need to consider these charities, and this is the most important thing for me. Q.
You made an Indian film called Karma, confession and Holly. ” A.
"I made that movie four years ago. Q.
Would you like to make more movies like this? A.
"I don't think so, no.
I am a person who lives one day.
I give it 100 when I do one thing and I like models.
I like what I do and I don't complain.
Good for me.