It looks like Sarah Ferguson could be vying for Kate Middleton's "royal fashionista" crown.

The Duchess of York turned heads on Thursday night (19 February) when she strutted down the runway during the star-studded Fashion For Relief show in London.

The 55-year-old star was joined by some of the world's biggest supermodels including Naomi Campabell, who also took to the catwalk to raise money for Ebola victims.

Flame-haired Ferguson showcased her curves in a black floor-length gown and her locks were styled in loosed waves.

Glamour model-turned realty star Katie Price also showed of her fashion prowess when she rocked an androgynous look down the runway. She was the picture of confidence in her black tuxedo and slicked back hair. A bold red lip and stamen earrings completed her look.

"I was totally up for the team giving me a new different look for the catwalk," Price said.

"I was so nervous before the show the runway was massive! It was a wicked evening and Naomi did an amazing job."

Campbell launched Fashion For Relief in 2005 in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and has since raised money for a number of causes including the UK floods.

The event, attended by a host of famous faces including Pixie Lott, Jourdan Dunn and Vivian Westwood, was organised by Campbell.

Ella Eyre entertained the crowd with a ballad version of her hit Gravity.