Fifth Harmony performs at Go Red for Women, Red Dress Collection for NY Fashion Week (PHOTOS)

Fifth Harmony joined Bethany Mota, Laverne Cox, Zendaya Coleman, Kristin Cavallari and other celebrities for Go Red for Women, Red Dress Collection at NY Fashion Week 2015.

Fifth Harmony not only walked the runway, they also performed.

Check out the show and performance at Red Dress Collection 2015

Via Press Release:

Fashion For Good

The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® Red Dress Collection™ 2015 presented by Macy’s is an exclusive event where top designers, models and celebrities demonstrate their support for women’s heart health during New York Fashion Week. Founded by The Heart Truth®, the event reminds women of the need to protect their heart health and inspires them to make a change because heart disease and stroke is not just a man’s disease. In fact, more women than men die every year from cardiovascular disease. The good news is that 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented with education and lifestyle changes.

GoRed for the month of February for your Sisters, Mothers, Grandmothers and all of the women you care about.

The celebrity models that walked included:

  • Show opener – Rosie O’Donnell
  • Alexa Ray Joel wearing Tamara Mellon
  • Barbara Eden wearing Carmen Marc Valvo
  • Bethany Mota wearing Badgley Mischka
  • Carla Hall wearing Evgenia
  • Catt Sadler wearing Oscar de la Renta
  • Ciara wearing Sadia
  • Cynthia Bailey wearing Macy’s Incubator Jovan O’Connor
  • Dascha Polanco wearing Michael Costello
  • Donna Mills wearing Mark Zunino
  • Hoda Kotb wearing Romona Keveza
  • Valerie Jean Garduno wearing Macy’s Incubator Agnes Hamerlik
  • Irina Pantaeva wearing Marc Bouwer
  • Jennette McCurdy wearing Nicole Miller
  • Kristin Cavallari wearing Monique Lhuillier
  • Laverne Cox wearing Donna Karen
  • Star Jones wearing B. Michael
  • Thalia wearing Shady Zeineldine
  • Tracy Anderson wearing Ina Soltani
  • Zendaya Coleman wearing Rubin Singer
  • Fifth Harmony (Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane Hansen, Camila Cabello, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Hamilton) wearing BCBG Generation

Fifth Harmony performs at Go Red for Women, Red Dress Collection

Fifth Harmony performs at Go Red for Women, Red Dress Collection Photos

General Heart Disease Statistics

It’s not just a man’s disease. Each year, 1 in 3 women die of heart disease and stroke. But we can change that because 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented with education and lifestyle changes.

“What it means to Go Red” by sharing the following acronym:

  • Get Your Numbers: Ask your doctor to check your blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose.
  • Own Your Lifestyle: Stop smoking, lose weight, be physically active and eat healthy.
  • Raise Your Voice: Advocate for more women-related research and education.
  • Educate Your Family: Make healthy food choices for you & your family. Teach your kids the importance of staying active.
  • Donate: Show your support with a donation of time or money.


  • Cardiovascular diseases cause one in three women’s deaths each year, killing approximately one woman every minute.
  • An estimated 43 million women in the U.S. are affected by cardiovascular diseases.
  • 90% of women have one or more risk factors for heart disease or stroke.
  • 80% of heart disease and stroke events could be prevented.
  • Since 1984, more women than men have died each year from heart disease & stroke.
  • Fewer women than men survive their first heart attack.
  • Women have a higher lifetime risk of stroke than men. Each year, about 55,000 more women than men have a stroke.
  • Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death for African-American women, killing nearly 50,000 annually.
  • Of African-American women ages 20 and older, 48.9% have cardiovascular disease. Yet, only 20% believe they are at risk.
  • Only 50% of African-American women are aware of the signs and symptoms of a heart attack.
  • been informed that they are at a higher risk.
  • Only 1 in 4 Hispanic women is aware of treatment options.
  • More than 40% have checked their cholesterol levels. One third has talked with their doctors about developing heart health plans.
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