Naomi Campbell will stage a fashion show today in aid of the Japanese Red Cross' earthquake and tsunami relief fund. 

The 40-year-old British supermodel said that she wants to remind the world that earthquake victims 'still need help.' 

The show will take place today at the historic Forville Market in Cannes, minutes away from the festival's main events. The Telegraph reports that the show is being staged in collaboration with Vogue Italia, and all funds will go to the Japanese Red Cross

Campbell told The Telegraph: The Japanese people are so strong and proud and resilient, and for this to happen to them is so terrible.

I just felt shock. I didn't believe what I was watching. 

Campbell's Fashion For Relief was founded in 2005 to help Hurricane Katrina victims and has reportedly raised over £4.5 million.