This week, Grazia teamed up with Save The Children and The British Fashion Council for the first ever ‘Fashion Mile.’ Samantha Cameron – wearing three inch Topshop heels – led the walk from Downing Street to Somerset House.
The event was part of Save The Children’s Born To Walk Tall campaign, which aims to highlight the vital role of health workers in saving children’s lives.
The Prime Minister’s wife was joined by British Fashion Award nominees including Christopher Kane, Sarah Burton, Erdem and Christopher Bailey – who broke off from their frantic fashion week preparations to support the cause.
Watch our exclusive video to hear the designers talk about why they wanted to be involved – and Grazia’s editor Jane Bruton explain why the the campaign is so important.
To donate visit savethechildren.org.uk/grazia.