Christie Brinkley, Minka Kelly, and more stunning celebs walked in the annual Red Dress Fashion Show for heart-health awareness.
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Seasoned supermodel, actress, and former SHAPE cover model Rebecca Romijn kicked off the fashion show at Manhattan Center by strutting down the runway in a floor-length Marchesa gown.
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The Talk co-host Aisha Tyler looked fabulous in a strapless Badgley Mischka gown with a sweetheart neckline.
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Puerto Rican actress and Nuestra Belleza Latina host Giselle Blondet flaunted her curves in an Oscar de la Renta gown as she hammed it up for the audience, waving and blowing kisses.
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Veteran supermodel Christie Brinkley may be a pro on the catwalk, but even she's only human, as she proved last night when she strode out onto the runway and promptly tripped on the hem of her Pamella Roland gown. She recovered quickly and continued down the runway with a huge smile on her face.
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Poor Rose McGowan! The second one to trip on the runway, the dramatic skirt of her Roberto Cavalli dress got caught up in her legs, and she had to stop and untangle herself. Like Christie Brinkley before her, she recovered like a pro and kept going.
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If Chaka Khan hadn't turned up the sass factor on her walk down the runway, she wouldn't be the Chaka Khan we all know and love. The singer was all smiles as she danced down the runway in a sweeping Chris March design.
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Glamour magazine editor in chief Cindi Leive made an appearance on the runway in an adorable red Jason Wu.
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German-born Elizabeth Röhm (best known for her role as ADA Serena Southerly in Law & Order) once wrote a letter to Nicole Miller asking the designer to craft her a dress once she became an actress. Her wish came true: Röhm walked confidently down the runway in a custom-made Nicole Miller gown.
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Debbie Phelps, mother of Olympic swim champion Michael Phelps graced the runway as Subway's newest Famous Fan in a beautiful Adrianna Papell gown, stopping only to kiss her son at the end of the runway.
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Newly slimmed down Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger rocked the runway in a Mac Bouwer design that accentuated her size-2 figure.
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Doesn't La La Anthony look adorable? The reality TV star was all smiles as she waved to the crowd on her way down the runway in a hip-hugging, more-orange-than-red (but still gorgeous) Rachel Roy number.
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Jeannette Torres-Álvarez (otherwise known as Marc Anthony's first wife) sashayed down the runway to cheers and applause in a halter-style Carlos Miele gown.
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Jenna Elfman will forever be Dharma to us! Looking long and lean, Elfman glided down the runway in a strapless Alberta Ferretti design.
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The third celeb to trip, Minka Kelly almost lost a shoe, but she recovered so quickly you (almost) wouldn't have known what happened and continued down the runway in a sequined V-neck Diane Von Furstenberg.
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Remember Dynasty? Star Linda Evans arrived for the show to present a Tadashi Shoji in support of heart-health awareness.
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Last, but most certainly not least, was Jennifer Nettles, lead singer and one half of hit country duo Sugarland, who danced down the aisle to one of their hit songs "All I Wanna Do" in a David Meister with a plunging neckline.