The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women event took over New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom on Feb. 5.
Several powerful female celebrities rocked the runway on Wednesday night (Feb. 5) for the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection 2020 event. The night began and ended with empowering music, with Meghan Trainor performing her Treat Myself track "Blink" for the first time and Shania Twain delivering a high-energy medley of four of her biggest hits.
"Y'all ready to go red tonight?" Trainor said at the end of the catwalk in the middle of "Blink," rocking a red sequin jumpsuit. She also sang fore singing her 2016 jam "Me Too."
Trainor was one of 28 stars who modeled red dresses at the annual New York Fashion Week show, which is Go Red for Women’s national marquee event and raises awareness of heart disease in women. Taking the runway first was Twain, who wore a sequin Tony Iniguez gown with a sheer neckline and draping accents while strutting to "Juice" by Lizzo -- Twain's new favorite style star, as she previously told Billboard.