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Seeing Red: Fashion Week Begins

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The Heart Truth fashion show — at which celebs don red dresses for women's heart health — is always fun to watch, sort of like a mega-wedding where every bridesmaid gets to choose her own dress. And this was the best one yet.

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I think we can all agree that Dita Von Teese needs to be in this show, every year, in some variation on this classic. "Glamour" isn't even a strong enough word!

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Natasha Bedignfield also went dramatically Old Hollywood.

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Taraji P. Henson also went "sultry."

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But the ultimate in "Sexiness" surely went to Camila Alves.

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Red lends itself to drama; Eve took full advantage.

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Of course, when you give people full creative control, you risk someone wearing a bead shawl. But it takes all kinds, as a man once said, to make a world. And a fashion show full of red dresses.

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It also seems obligatory that someone should channel Betty Boop. And in this case, the role fell to Suzanne Somers.

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Although when you see it in action, it's hard to argue!

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Another creative choice, the be-flowered Garcelle Beauvais.

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Laila Ali's maternity gown would be amazing in any context.

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Ann Curry took the soft, romantic route. (Which, along with glam and sexy, is one of the major red-dress categories.)

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Also softly Valentine-apropos: Archie Panjabi.

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Ditto Denise Richards — who could do double-duty in an eveningwear competition!

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Gayle King was totally classic.

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Eva Amurri was one of the few who did something really unexpected with her silhouette; adorable.

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In the mini camp: Katrina Bowden.

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Its redness is debatable; it's glitter, not.

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Patti LaBelle, per usual, defines fabulosity.

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Dodai Stewart

Camilla Alves makes my insides feel funny.