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Category: "Campbell's Address Your Heart"
Although I thought Mila’s red-dress contribution looked like a life-sized Rainbow Brite costume and that is being delicate compared with what Sir Gunn had to say about some of his least favorite looks in his blog this week (he is taking off the sports jacket and getting saucy, people!) there’s a much more important and serious takeaway from this week’s episode, and that is the importance of Campbell's AdDRESS Your Heart program.
Campbell Soup, sponsor of "Project Runway" Episode 4 (“Design Your Heart Out”), is committed to fighting heart disease. You can get involved and win some swag and cash! by checking out our Heart Health microsite.
Start by designing your very own dream dress, which will make you eligible to win a prize of $2,000, a Michael Kors bag and accessories. Then play our Red Dress Challenge dress-up game, featuring the designs from Episode 4, plus learn some healthful recipes and tips for staying heart-healthy.
Amy’s winning look will walk the red carpet at the Red Dress Awards on February 10, during New York Fashion Week. So, did you think her design deserved the win, or was someone else overlooked by the judges? Let us know.
Are you a designer at heart? Then the "AdDress Your Heart" Design Contest is the perfect place to channel your inspiration. Campbell Soup Company and Tim Gunn, co-host of Lifetime's "Project Runway," have partnered to raise awareness about heart disease the number one killer of women. Open your heart to the cause by visiting CampbellsAddressYourHeart.com to design a red dress and share your heart-health inspiration. You could win a trip to New York City, where your dress design will be debuted at a red carpet event with Tim Gunn in February!
Additionally, your dress design could become the next Campbell red dress, joining the ranks of a growing legacy of red dress couture from designers such as Nicole Miller and Michael Volbracht for Bill Blass.
Hurry up and enter submit your design by November 6, 2009. Visit CampbellsAddressYourHeart.com to submit a red dress design and describe (in 250 words or less) why heart disease is a cause that is important to you, as well as share an inspiring story about your female "heart-health hero." The winning entrant and his/her heart-health hero will walk the red carpet of the Woman's Day Red Dress Awards with Tim Gunn to debut the dress!