Photos: Getty Images, The American Heart Association
What an incredible night at The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection 2018 Presented By Macy’s. You can’t get more iconic and powerful than this! Celebrities gathered in NYC to support American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women’s Red Dress Collection presented by Macy’s. DailyFashionista wanted to share the details about this feel good and fashionable evening!
This year’s show, hosted by Marisa Tomei (My Cousin Vinny/The Handmaid’s Tale), featured 17 celebrities including Adrienne Houghton (The Real), CeCe Winans (Grammy award-winning gospel singer), Elisabeth Röhm (Law and Order), Ginger Zee (Chief Meteorologist, ABC News), Grace Helbig (television and YouTube personality), Kate Walsh (Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice), Kathy Ireland (supermodel-turned-mogul), Lea Salonga (Broadway actress and voice of two Disney princesses), Liz Hernandez (Access Hollywood and E! News), Lynn Whitfield (Greenleaf), Marion Ross (Happy Days), Maye Musk (model, dietitian, and latest CoverGirl), Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina the Teenage Witch), Niki Taylor (supermodel), Rachel Lindsay (The Bachelorette), Tatyana Ali (Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) and Zuri Hall (E! News).
This amazing group of women each showcased their positive vibe and fashionable red ensembles as the crowd watched with joy. The show featured three looks from designers in the not-for-profit, independently-run Fashion Incubator Programs housed at Macy’s: Tanesha Prunty from the Chicago Fashion Incubator, Lia Larrea from Fashion Incubator San Francisco and Dur Doux from the D.C. Fashion Incubator. Wearing these designs were Tatyana Ali in Tanesha Prunty, Ginger Zee in Lia Larrea and Elisabeth Röhm in Dur Doux.
Lea Salonga kicked off the evening with a heartfelt rendition of “I Lived” by OneRepublic, En Vogue rocked the house with performances of “My Lovin (You’re Never Gonna Get It)”, “Hold On” and “Free Your Mind” and Harley Viera-Newton (DJ, model and fashion influencer) DJ’ed throughout the evening.
Major kudos to Macy’s which to date, has raised more than $65 million for Go Red For Women through the generosity and commitment of Macy’s associates and customers, which has helped to directly fund women’s heart health research and education.