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Kate Moss volunteered her physique and status to help spread political awareness about malaria when she wore a strapless dress made out of mosquito nets for Sports Relief 2010's commitment to tackle malaria. The dress, designed by William Tempest, was made out of mosquito nets to showcase that "£5 can pay for a net which helps protect from potentially fatal mosquito bites that spread malaria."

"To help raise awareness about malaria I designed a structured dress which incorporates layers of a malaria net in panels." Tempest told The Daily Mail UK. "Kate looks amazing in the dress and I hope its auction will raise lots of money and bring awareness to such a great cause." Although the dress will not go down the runway, it will be auctioned as a part of the cause.

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