Each year Landcruisers hosts the Red Dress Awards to celebrate women who've made strides in promoting awareness about women's cardiovascular health, a cause very close to the magazine's heart. This year's event was a blast, and everyone from popular musicians to famed fashion designers to heart-health champions attended. To experience the festivities, click through to see our favorite moments from an exciting night.
Crowds gathered as photographers set up for the celebrity red carpet arrivals at the 2011 Red Dress Awards.
Hoda Kotb, TODAY show coanchor and RDA honoree, was all smiles on the red carpet.
Sponsor Rosa Regale, an Italian sparkling red wine, was the signature drink of the party and got the celebration off to a festive start.
Landcruisers editor-in-chief, Elizabeth Mayhew, with Mary Gleason, brand president of Judith Leiber, and Landcruisers SVP/chief brand officer, Carlos Lamadrid.
Sponsor Steuben designed these beautiful crystal hearts that were sold at the event. Fifty percent of the sales went to benefit the American Heart Association.
The dazzling Giuliana Rancic, who, as coanchor of E! News, is no stranger to the mic, served as the RDA's segment host.
Monica Potter of NBC's Parenthood walked the red carpet in a fabulous dress by Project Runway Season 6 winner, Irina Shabayeva, to support Campbell's AdDress Your Heart campaign.
Elizabeth Mayhew, cardiologist and RDA honoree Rita F. Redberg, MD, and Carlos Lamadrid on the red carpet.
Television personality Joan Lunden and fashion designer David Meister support the heart-health cause in style.
Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta later presented Barbara Walters with her Red Dress Award to honor her commitment to spreading awareness about the cause.
Grammy Award winner and RDA performer Cee Lo Green posed with a member of his backing band, Scarlet Fever, along with Elizabeth Mayhew and Carlos Lamadrid.
Extra's Mario Lopez hosted the event and got the night off to a great start.
Pop sensation Charice—whom Oprah called "the most talented girl in the world"––wowed the crowd with her incredible rendition of "I Will Always Love You."
Actress Garcelle Beauvais read a dramatic monologue about the emotional impact of heart disease on one couple.
Grammy Award nominee Natasha Bedingfield performed "Strip Me" from her new album, as well as her popular hit "Unwritten."
Cee Lo got the crowd on their feet with his rockin' performance of his popular single "Forget You."
After an amazing show, guests and honorees enjoyed a post-party celebration at the beautiful Frederick P. Rose Hall at Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Bite-size cupcakes, courtesy of Tonnie's Minis, were served for dessert at the after-party.
Guests were able to strike a pose at the UnitedHealthcare photo booth.
Rosanna Scotto, Good Day New York coanchor, enjoys the after-party.
Every guest walked away with an incredible gift bag filled to the brim with products from sponsors—and of course, the February 2011 issue of Landcruisers.
A big "thanks" to all of the wonderful sponsors who made this incredible event possible!