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CHROME HEARTS FOR FASHION RELIEF

The brand teamed up with Naomi Campbell’s annual charity ball, crafting bespoke pieces for Stella Maxwell and Paris Brosnan.

Stella Maxwell and Paris Brosnan wearing bespoke Chrome Hearts on the Fashion for Relief catwalk closeup

Photo by WWD/Shutterstock

Stella Maxwell and Paris Brosnan wearing bespoke Chrome Hearts on the Fashion for Relief catwalk closeup
Photo by WWD/Shutterstock

Unless you’ve been hidden under a rock (or sadly without an Instagram account) for the last week, you’re probably aware of the hordes of people flocking to London for Fashion Week.

And at the weekend, Naomi Campbell brought her Fashion For Relief charity ball to London’s British Museum for a glittering star-packed show.

Set up by south London-born model and philanthropist Campbell back in 2005, the annual event is “dedicated to improving the lives of those living in adversity”, this time raising funds for young people from disadvantage communities in London. The organisation – which has held events in Cannes, New York, Mumbai and Moscow – teamed up with luxury LA brand Chrome Hearts, who have also created a special collection of silk scarves to raise proceeds.

And as per usual, the buzzy allure of the show saw models Stella Maxwell and Pierce Brosnan’s son (and former Rollacoaster cover star) Paris Brosnan walk the runway, wearing bespoke Chrome Hearts pieces, handcrafted at the Chrome Hearts factory in Hollywood, specifically in support of this year’s charity gala and runway show.

Stella Maxwell and Paris Brosnan wearing bespoke Chrome Hearts on the Fashion for Relief catwalk full length
Stella Maxwell and Paris Brosnan wearing bespoke Chrome Hearts on the Fashion for Relief catwalk corner

(LEFT) Photo by David Fisher/Shutterstock
(RIGHT) Photo by Richard Young/Shutterstock

Stella Maxwell and Paris Brosnan wearing bespoke Chrome Hearts on the Fashion for Relief catwalk full length
Photo by David Fisher/Shutterstock
Stella Maxwell and Paris Brosnan wearing bespoke Chrome Hearts on the Fashion for Relief catwalk corner
Photo by Richard Young/Shutterstock

On Stella? A custom floor-length lambskin skirt with a co-od jacket in the classic Chrome Hearts “JJ Dean” silhouette, both bright yellow and lined in Chrome Hearts silk twill scarves. Paris wore a two-piece calf suede suit adorned with signature Chrome Hearts sterling silver buttons.

“Naomi and I connect over our passion for nurturing young talent and giving youth an opportunity to develop skills that will allow them to gain fulfilling careers,” explains Laurie Lynn Stark, Owner of Chrome Hearts. “We strongly believe in uniting our community – whether it is the fashion industry or the cities we call home around the world – to create positive change and improve the lives of it’s members.”

In Fall 2019, Chrome Hearts stores worldwide will begin selling Fashion For Relief Silk Scarves produced at their Hollywood factory. The proceeds will benefit the organisation. Find out more at chromehearts.com

Chrome Hearts have teamed up with Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief yellow scarf
Chrome Hearts have teamed up with Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief pink scarf
Chrome Hearts have teamed up with Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief yellow scarf
Photo by David Fisher/Shutterstock
Chrome Hearts have teamed up with Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief pink scarf
Photo by Richard Young/Shutterstock
CHROME HEARTS FOR FASHION RELIEF

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