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Naomi Campbell lends her face to typhoon Haiyan Red Cross Appeal

With so many lives devastated by Typhoon Haiyan, photographer John-Paul Pietrus (who is half Filipino) felt compelled to help. He has teamed up with Naomi Campbell to produce a stunning picture of the supermodel, with all proceeds going to the British Red Cross.

Pietrus says, “I don’t think people realize the severity of the situation. It might help encourage people to donate if they get something in return. And a beautiful photo of Naomi, who’s an icon, is something I can produce.” Prints are signed by Pietrus and cost 20 pounds online.

Via NY Daily News

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