There are many ways to relive this year’s Red Dress Collection:
The 2018 Show Hosted by Marisa Tomei
I GO RED for my friend Annie.
2018’S CELEBRITY WALKERS
Adrienne Bailon Houghton
I GO RED in memory of my grandmother, “Tita” Carmen Maria Zayas, who passed away from heart disease.
I GO RED in memory of my brother, Ronald Winans, who passed away from heart disease.
I GO RED in memory of my mother, Lisa, and my aunt Laurie, who both passed away from heart disease.
En Vogue (Cindy Herron-Braggs, Terry Ellis, Rhona Bennett)
From Terry: I GO RED, in memory of my mother, who was in good health, and passed away from a massive heart attack that we never saw coming.
I GO RED to honor my grandfather who we lost way too early to heart disease.
I GO RED to inspire young women to take care of themselves.
I GO RED to inspire other women to take better care of themselves.
I GO RED to educate women about their heart health.
I GO RED to remind women that cardiovascular disease is our number one cause of death.
I GO RED for my daughter and for my mother, in the hope that little girls and women of any age realize the importance of heart health.
I GO RED to remind women to listen to their body, especially their heart.
I GO RED because my grandmother, who inspired my acting dreams, never got to see them come true.
I GO RED in memory of my mother and father, Ellen and Gordon Ross, who passed away from heart disease.
Why I GO RED: as a dietitian, I want to encourage heart healthy eating habits for women.
Melissa Joan Hart
I GO RED for my grandmother Joan (or Nannie as we called her) who died of a stroke.
I GO RED in memory of my sister, Krissy, who passed away from a rare heart disease called ARVD.
I GO RED to bring awareness to a disease that impacts us all.
I GO RED to show women there is power in prevention.
I GO RED to inspire women to take better care of themselves.