The London designer had been working with the charity for 18 months on the fundraiser, working his way through his address book and persuading the capital's coolest to contribute lots. 'You can probably see where my rolodex has been used' Henry told us. 'Theres the Peter Pilotto dress, theres the Christopher Kane dress. I was really shocked at how willing everyone was to get involved.'
The line-up of pieces up for grabs was impressive - a signed photo of Kate Moss hitting the catwalk for Alexander McQueen, the first pair of Nicholas Kirkwood shoes that Sarah Jessica Parker wore, an early Erdem dress that sold out within 24 hours, and even a cover of our very own ELLE - a subscriber's edition of our March issue signed by Keira Knightley herself.
So was Henry hoping to bid on anything himself? 'Oh yeah. I really want the Chris Moore Westwood print, thats from her first London show, and I really want the Will Broome print, thats from his first ever exhibition. And the ELLE cover. Keira Knightleys touched that you do realise.'
While Henry curated the show he roped in his friends Miquita Oliver and Nick Grimshaw to do the jo More