"I am deeply saddened by the recent tragedy in Haiti," said Campbell, who last held the event in 2005 to aid those affected by Hurricane Katrina. "So many have been killed and severely affected by the earthquake -- women and children in particular are most vulnerable in disasters."
The runway show will take place Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. and will be hosted by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, and styled by Rachel Zoe. With past guests that include Beyoncé, Tyson Beckford and Sean John, expect to see some of Hollywood's biggest names on the scene showing their support for relief efforts in Haiti.
On the catwalk, stars will be decked out in jewelry provided by Chopard and donning fashions by top internationally recognized designers. All the donated garments worn in the show will be auctioned online at NET-A-PORTER, starting Feb. 15. The donation is tax deductible, and 100 percent of ticket sales will benefit CARE, a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with poor women. CARE has had a long-time presence in Haiti and is the leading agency working with new mothers. The organization teaches them how to breastfeed and makes sure that infants don't die from formula mixed with dirty water.
Tickets can be purchased by the general public through Ticketmaster.
"Fashion is universal, personal and touches everyone," Campbell said. "Our aim is to use this season's catwalk shows in New York to reach people and help raise crucial funds to help save the lives of women and children."
For more information on this appeal visit, www.care.org/fashion. Watch a live stream of the fashion show here at 7pm ET on February 12th.