Dita Von Teese Struts at the Heart Truth Fashion Show
The Heart Truth’s Red Dress Fashion Show was a heart-warming opening to New York fashion week on February 9. Launched in 2003 by the National Institute of Health, the campaign has combined top fashion designers and celebrity models in an effort to promote national awareness about heart disease in women This year’s show was phenomenal.
Julianna Hough, Camila Alves, Dita Von Teese, Denise Richards and Audrina Patridge on the Heart Truth's Red Dress runway.
Julianne Hough opened the show with an off-the-shoulder satin gown. But what drew all the attention, of course, was the Swarovski necklace Hough wore, encrusted with 10,000 crystals and weighing two pounds! Matthew McConaughey’s girlfriend, Brazilian model Camila Alves, looked stunning in a body-hugging dress by Kaufman Franco. Burlesque beauty Dita Von Teese didn’t miss a beat, showing off her notorious waistline in a Zac Posen corset gown. Denise Richards was cuter than ever with a ’70s-inspired tiered ruffle frock. The HillsAudrina Patridge really shone in her ombre-sequined Badgley Mischka dress.
Rancic, Eve, LaBelle, and Ali
Giuliana Rancic was sexier than ever in one of the few short dresses of the night. She modeled a Marchesa cocktail dress with a statement bow and ruched bodice.
The Red Dress collection is known for its diverse lineup of models of all ages, shapes and sizes. This year’s show starred rapper Eve, R&B legend Patti LaBelle, 61-year-old Linda Gray of Dallas, and a pregnant Laila Ali, professional boxer and daughter of Muhammad Ali.
For a behind-the-scenes look at this year’s Red Dress show, check out the New York Post video below!
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