Fashion Rocks TV
American recording artist, musician and actress Alicia Keys gives a moving of performance of ‘No One’ as models fashion a selection of sumptuous designs by Armani.
With a voice that could move planets, Beth Ditto along with her band the Gossip lend an immediacy to the garments of French designer Jean Paul Gauliter.
Whitney Houston explains the importance of the Prince’s Trust and the difference it can make to the lives of young people.
An electrifying performance from Iggy Pop, with an array of gowns by Versace mark this pairing out as one of the most riveting of the night. It’s difficult to know exactly where to look.
Looking incredible in a Calvin Klein dress, Joss Stone performs 'Baby Baby Baby'. The garments on show from Calvin Klein are a mix of base colours paired with contemporary pieces.
Wearing a classic Chanel number, pop starlet Lily Allen performs a dazzling version of 'LDN'. Dazzling is very much the order of the day where Chanel's catwalk show is concerned.
Marc Almond, of the seminal synthpop/New Wave duo Soft Cell, performs a cover of 'Strangers in the Night'. The classic styling of the set gives the designs from YSL an elegant feel.
At the top of their game, UK rockers Razorlight seem a perfect match to soundtrack a display by Burberry. Here they perform their hit song, 'In The Morning'.
With thick synth lines providing a futuristic backdrop for a display of classic garments from Gucci, Róisín Murphy performs 'Overpowered'.