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LONDON, 2017

London’s Fabulous Fund Fair hosted by supermodel friends Natalia Vodianova, and Karlie Kloss took place last night at London’s Roundhouse. The annual fundraising gala saw the iconic London destination transformed into a vibrant funfair designed by artist Camille Walala complete with full size carousel all in aid of the Naked Heart Foundation, set up by Vodianova.

Natalia Vodianova: “I believe that giving should be a fabulous, fun and unforgettable experience; inspiring our supporters is a crucial part of Naked Heart Foundation’s philosophy in our work helping children with special needs and nothing is more inspiring than laughter and games – all the fun of the fair! Now in its third year, I’m thrilled that the Fabulous Fund Fair has become such an exciting and anticipated part of London’s social scene and certainly one of the most instagrammable charity events. I’m so grateful to all our sponsors, partners and guests who help us raise much-needed funds for Naked Heart Foundation’s family support services and accessible play facilities.”

Guests who included: Liv Tyler, Doutzen Kroes, Kristin Scott Thomas, Stella McCartney, Lara Stone, Dynamo, Eric Underwood, Erin O’Connor, Arizona Muse, Abbey Clancey, Baptiste Giabiconi, Lily Donaldson, Caroline Winberg, David Haye, Caroline Vreeland, Charlotte Wiggins, Carmen Jorda, Clara Paget, Pixie Lott, Oliver Cheshire, Toby Huntington-Whitley, Millie Mackintosh, Jess Glynne, Yasmin Le Bon, Amber Le Bon, Justine Skye, Eliza Cummings, Vanessa White, Sai Bennet, Alice Temperley, Corinne Bailey Rae, Doina Ciobanu, Joshua Kane, Frances, Hikari Yokoyama, Jay Jopling, Petite Meller, Derek Blasberg, Lucy Yeomans, Martha Ward, Sam Webb, Elena Perminova, Laura Pradelska, Sandra Nedvetskaia, Yasmin Mills, Caroline Issa and Betty Bachz and were treated to all the fun of the fair, including a Veuve Clicquot and Cloud Bay reception, mind-boggling magic from street magician Dynamo and entertainment from Warner Music Group artists Doug Marshall, RIVRS and Black Saint plus an unforgettable performance by Evelina Girling and Doni Fierro’s The London Cabaret Club.

The charity fundraiser featured a veritable roll call of fashion’s most fabulous brands, who each hosted fairground attractions for the delighted guests, including Louis Vuitton, NET-A-PORTER, Dom Pérignon, Fendi, Giuseppe Zanotti, Dior, Stella McCartney, Maxx Royal Resorts, Givenchy, Guerlain, One & Only Resorts and BMW who chauffeured guests in style as official car partner to the event. 

Attractions included:

  • Louis Vuitton’s Aeroplane Toss with Doutzen Kroes

  • Net-A-Duck by NET-A-PORTER and Arizona Muse

  • Kristin Scott Thomas’ Tarot Reading with Fendi

  • Liv Tyler hosting Maxx Royal Resorts’ Pineapple Shy

  • Lara Stone hosting Givenchy’s Catapult

  • Pair-a-Pair by Giuseppe Zanotti with Caroline Vreeland

  • Supermodel Erin O’Connor hosting Dior’s Lucky Star

  • Dom Pérignon’s Spin The Bottle with Eric Underwood and Clara Paget

  • Lily Donaldson hosting Meteorites Play Pen by Guerlain

  • One & Only Resorts’ Cocktail Bar

  • Stella McCartney’s Arcade Games with Caroline Winberg, Charlotte Wiggins and Carmen Jordan

And the fabulous Wheel of Fortune hosted by Natalia Vodianova and Karlie Kloss. The attraction became the centrepiece of the event, where guests enjoyed Krug Champagne, Chateau Coeval Blanc and Chateau d’Yquem, cocktails from The London EDITION’s Punch Room, and delicious Novikov Restaurant & Bar sushi and caviar. But best of all for a donation to the Naked Heart Foundation guests had the opportunity to spin the infamous Wheel of Fortune for the chance to win prizes including: a once-in-a-lifetime weekend at Palazzo FENDI and VIP tour of Rome, a private tour of Giberg, artisans to royal families across the world where together with the creative directors you will co-design a unique piece of jewellery, a beautiful escape to paradise with One&Only Resorts, a private shoot with world famous photographer Ali Mahdavi.

The event raised over £470,000 towards the Naked Heart Foundation’s important work. All the money will go towards the charity’s programmes to develop a network of support services for families raising children with special needs and to create inclusive play facilities for children of all abilities.

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