Maserati Is Proud to Support Fashion for Relief
At last night’s Fashion For Relief charity event held during London Fashion Week, Maserati added additional style to the evening by chauffeuring VIPs and celebrities – including Luke Evans and Naomie Harris – as they made their way to the red carpet at the iconic British Museum in London.
Fashion For Relief was founded by international supermodel Naomi Campbell in 2005, hosting its first charity fashion show to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Since its inception, Fashion For Relief has presented fashion initiatives and projects in New York, London, Cannes, Moscow, Mumbai and Dar es Salaam, raising millions for good causes around the world.
Fashion For Relief returned to London for the fourth time since its inception with a spectacular fashion event including a cocktail reception, gala dinner, fashion show, an art auction, musical performances and exclusive after-party.
Alongside actors Luke Evans and Naomie Harris, singer Eve, actor Damson Idris, and model Nieves Álvarez, were amongst the other guests who arrived at the British Museum in the latest Maserati range including the Ghibli and Levante SUV.
When the Maserati brothers opened in 1914 the Officine Alfieri Maserati in the heart of Bologna, Italy, they could hardly have imagined the impact they would have on the world. Alfieri, Ettore, Ernesto and Bindo: four brothers united by their unrelenting passion for cars and engines. Their vision, enthusiasm and expertise turned out to be the cornerstones of what would one day become a global brand, universally recognised as a symbol of motoring excellence.