NYFW Fall 2015: Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection

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New York Fashion Week is here! And if you expected the first day of showing to disappoint you’re sadly mistaken. My invites are still rolling in, which means that as usual, I’ll be bringing you all the best from Lincoln Center – runway, street and celeb styles. In support of America Heart Association to help raise awareness for heart disease, I went out and did some shopping. I SHOPPED FOR A GOOD CAUSE Y’ALL! But I’ll tell you more about that later.

Ciara walks the Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection runway. #GoRed #NYFW

The Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection presentation sponsored by Macy’s, was an exhilarating one. This exclusive star-studded presentation, had most of the celebs on the runway. The #GoRed event is a reminder to women to protect their health, as well as an inspiration for them to make changes.

Thalia walk the Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection. #GoRed #NYFW

The Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection kicked off with Ciara and included many others who looked red hot in their designer selections. The celeb models had a blast on the runway, with my favorite walks being Hoda Kotb, Carla Hall and Zendaya Coleman. The ladies rocked the runway and had such a fabulous time doing it, they made me want to get up and dance. Last on the catwalk was the Fifth Harmony ladies, who after they walked the runway, closed the show with a sexy HEART throbbing performance.

Irina Pantaeva walk the Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection. #GoRed #NYFW

Now back to the shopping part. I went shopping in Macy’s yesterday and purchased my exclusive Red Dress pin for $2 to benefit the Go Red cause. The Macy’s Go Red promo, saves you 15% to 20% on all your purchases, with 100% of all the pin sales to benefit Go Red. So to support the cause, I picked me up a Big Buddha Patton Tote, a XOXO Fiona 50/50 Boots, and a pair of Hue Super Opaque Footless Tights with control top. I spent a total of $101.84 (including the $2 for the Red Dress pin), with a total savings of $94.42 – way to go me!