Candace Cameron Bure, Gail Simmons and Serayah
The GO RED FOR WOMEN DRESS COLLECTION 2016 held its annual show during Fashion Week at Moynihan Station on February, 11th. An estimated 44 million women in the U.S are affected by cardiovascular disease. Thanks to presenting sponsor Macy's, Go Red for Women has raised over 55 million dollars for the American Heart Association's national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women. According to the American Heart Association 285 lives are saved every day.
Macy's Terry Lundgren and American Heart Association CEO Nancy Brown, American Heart Association's Bernard Morris and guest
Celebrated beauties Alex Penavega, Candace Cameron Bure, Debbie Gibson, Florence Henderson, Fran Drescher, Gail Simmons, Gigi Gorgeous, Kit Hoover, Lele Pons, Lennon & Maisy Stella, Madison Beers, Marilu Henner, Mary Alice Stephenson, Misty Copeland, Olivia Culpo, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, Serayah, Skylar Diggins, Sofia Richie, Ta'Rhonda Jones, Tamron Hall and Vanna White strutted the catwalk.
Monica, Alexa Penavega and Vanna White
Designer originals in red were Gustavo Cadile, Badgley Mischka, Jay Godfrey, Pamella Roland, La Petite Robe Di Chiara Boni, Nicole Miller, Laurel Dewitt, Black Halo Eve, BCBG Generation, Halston Heritage, Escada, Naeem Khan, David Meister, and Ieena for Mac Duggal, Carmen Marc Valvo, Reem Acra, Michael Costello, Tabitha Webb and Romona Keveza. Macy's Fashion incubator winners Lee-Lim, Conrad Booker and Kajan Cake were also presented. Handsome Extra correspondent A. J. Calloway was the evening MC. Monica closed the show with a musical performance.
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