We knew that the catwalk show, which was raising money for Haiti, was going to attract an impressive roll call of stars but we didn't expect that Naomi would manage to drag everyone's favourite super, Kate Moss, onto the runway. But there she was, wearing a McQueen dress that Topshop boss Philip Green snapped up for £100,000. It's the first time that Kate's appeared in a show for ages.
Almost as much of a highlight was the walk of two of our favourite funny men, David Walliams and James Corden. The pair sashayed down the runway before indulging in a serious kissing session - we wonder what Lara Stone had to say.
There was, of course a clutch of runway regulars taking part - Naomi herself opened the show, and we spotted Erin O'Connor, Eva Herzigova, Tallulah Adeyemi, Jo Wood, Pixie Geldof, Annabelle Nielson and Alice Dellal. And the whole audience swooned over the appearance of D&G model David Gandy.
But let's be honest, it's the unlikely models that are the most fun to watch. Did you ever expect to see Ronnie Corbett becoming a catwalk star? Or Larry Lamb? Or Piers Morgan? Neither did we. Also on hand to help raise money were (deep breath) Denise van Outen, Amanda Holden, Andrew Flintoff, Geri Halliwell, Nicola Roberts, Shirley Bassey, Roisin Murphy, Alexandra Burke, Mr Hudson, Skin from Skunk Anansie and Tamsin Eggerton.
The designer dresses worn by the stars were auctioned off post-show, and the event raised and impressive £1.4 million - nice work Naomi.