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Date:2/1/2012

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The Heart Truth brings the Red Dress Collection to life on the runway with the support of the FNIH. The Red Dress Collection 2012 Fashion Show is presented by Diet Coke with partners Bobbi Brown Cosmetics and Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spas.

"Diet Coke congratulates The Heart Truth on its 10th anniversary. The highly successful campaign has had our heartfelt support for the last five years, and we continue to be passionate about its mission to encourage women to be active and committed to educating themselves about heart health." said William White, group director of Coke North America.

Celebrity participants in this year's Red Dress Collection Fashion Show include: The Talk's Aisha Tyler; Cougar Town's Busy Philipps; Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Chaka Khan; Glamour's Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive; supermodel Christie Brinkley; Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps' mother, Debbie Phelps; television actress Elisabeth Rohm; host of the popular reality show Nuestra Belleza Latina Giselle Blondet; Tony Award-winner Idina Menzel; Discovery Familia's Jeannette Torres-lvarez; television and film actress Jenna Elfman; country music artist Jennifer Nettles; actress and disc jockey La La (Vazquez) Anthony; Dynasty's Golden Globe Award-winning actress Linda Evans; Entertainment Tonight anchor Nancy O'Dell; Bravo's The Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger; and actress and former fashion model Rebecca Romijn.*

Participating designers include: Alberta Ferretti, Badgley Mischka, Chris March, Marc Bouwer, Marchesa, Carmen Mark Valvo, Michael Kors, and Oscar de la Renta.

Panel Discussion on Women and Heart Disease: Wednesday, Feb. 8

To highlight the progress made and reflect on the challenging issues still facing the women's heart health movement, the NHLBI and The Heart Truth campaign are partnering with the Mayo Clinic and WomenHeart to conduct a special panel discussion for the media
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