Geri Halliwell has hosted a special fashion show for Breast Cancer Care.
Every model on the catwalk had survived the disease.
Twenty-two women took part in the annual event, now in its 10th year.
Former Spice Girl Geri paid tribute to them all.
"I am honoured to be hosting this very special fashion show because all of the models have had breast cancer and prove that you can feel confident and look fantastic after treatment," she said.
The 34-year-old became a patron of the charity following her own breast cancer scare.
The glittering show was sponsored by Swarovski and the women wore gowns by leading British designers.
Celebrities attending included Mariella Frostrip, Lisa Snowdon, Natasha Kaplinsky.
The models included mother and daughter Hilary Lennon and Hayley Byrne.
Hilary, 63, a retired teacher from Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, was diagnosed in 2004 aged 61. A year later her daughter Hayley, 41, learned she too had the disease.
Spice Girls plan big reunion
To solve the problem, 31-year-old Mel has decided to organise a girly get-together while she's over from Los Angeles visiting friends and family in the UK.
Mel, who will marry actor fiancé Eddie Murphy in LA next month, plans to make the reunion a night to remember.
The five girls - Mel B, Emma Bunton, Victoria Beckham, Mel C and Geri Halliwell - will meet up in Leeds, in order to keep away from the media glare in London.
A source told the Daily Star: "Mel has come home to spend some serious time with her family and friends. Naturally she wants to get the girls together.
"Mel hasn't even had time to see Geri's baby daughter and is really looking forward to it. At the moment she is trying to confirm the right date in everyone's diaries as they are all busy."
The Spice Girls officially split in 2001 - three years after Geri Halliwell quit. All went on to launch solo careers.