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American Heart Association celebrated 4th Annual Miami Red Dress Fashion Show

On October 19th, 2011 The American Heart Association celebrated their 4th annual Miami Red Dress fashion Show to benefit Go Red for Women, at The Setai Hotel in Miami Beach.

This year, the Miami Red Dress Fashion Show showcased the works of renowned local, national, and international fashion designers, such as: Laundry by Shelli Segal, Jantzen by Perry Ellis International, Oscar de la Renta, Donna Karan, Nicole Miller, Gustavo Cadile, Angel Sanchez, Silvia Tcherassi, Diego Binetti, Victoria Lopez Castro, Fisico by Cristina Ferrari, Ever After, Koam Designs, Sarahi House of Fashion, Custo Barcelona, LAVUK, in addition to the Project Runway Latin America Red Dress winner , Piaget and Judith Lieber by Rent the Runway.

In support of this cause, heart disease survivors, models, and local celebrities walked the runway in a very inspirational fashion show. Monica Fonseca, Natalia Jimenez, Marysol Patton, Candela Ferro and Adriana de Moura were the night’s favorites!

Ruben Campbell, Founder of Music For Your Heart Foundation, made the pre-show performance and Lissette Gonzalez, weather anchor at CBS4, served as the Mistress of Ceremonies.

Guest enjoyed this amazing night full of fashion, celebrities, socialites along with the most fascinating people of the city who all embraced the Go Red For Women movement, that is nationally sponsored by Macy’s and Merck & Co., Inc.

The Go Red For Women movement is part of the American Heart Association’s solution to help save women’s lives. With one out of three women still dying from heart disease, the No. 1 killer, which this movement is committed to fighting, is largely preventable.

GoRedForWomen.org is a premier source of information and education, which connects millions of women of all ages, and gives them tangible resources to turn personal choices into life saving actions- encouraging women and the men who love them to embrace this deadly cause.

Written by Lissette Rondon
Edited by Crystal Serrano
Images: Courtesy of The Dream Team Agency.