Tonight at the Oscars Heidi Klum’s accessories were to die for!
You’ve got a unique chance to win one of the charms she wore (and designed).
It’s ridiculously beautiful and LOADED with rubies.
For a rare opportunity to win, simply enter your email address at Dietcoke.com.
You’ll also be helping support heart health among women.
The Heart Truth Red Dress collection showed at Fashion Week in New York when it got started on yesterday.
Katie Couric, Kristi Yamaguchi, Tori Spelling and Cicely Tyson (old as she’s getting) are a few celebrities who rocked the runway in support of heart disease awareness.
Participating designers in the red-dress affair included B. Michael, Vera Wang and Betsey Johnson.
Jane Krakowski of NBC’s “30 Rock,” Nicole Miller and Campbell Soup Company have set up a pretty neat program.
They each played a role in “AdDress Your Heart” to help raise funds and awareness for the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement.
If you didn’t realize it, heart disease is the number one killer of women.
So to do your part, just From now until March 2, 2009, vote for your favorite Nicole-Miller-designed dress at CampbellsAddressYourHeart.com.
For each click, Campbell will make a $1 donation to the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement (up to $275,000).
Storefronts and show windows are looking all red these days.
Maybe you’re like me and totally not into the wearing-red-on-V-day trend.
Turn your calendar back eight days and you might want to reconsider.
February 6 is Wear Red Day, hosted by Go Red for Women, the movement that helps fight against heart disease (the leading killer of American women).
Join millions of women in using fashion as a powerful way to raise awareness of heart disease.
Visit Shop Go Red to find apparel and accessories, or just wear something fabulous from your closet. ;)
I love Nicole Miller!
And I’m so excited that the celebrated runway designer is using her talent to help women stay healthy.
She’s partnered with the Campbell Soup Company to raise awareness and funds for the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement.
Because heart disease is the number one killer of women, Miller is creating three unique red dresses to inspire women to protect their hearts, in a fun and fashionable way.