Heart Truth Fashion Show to raise awareness, educate and empower women and men about heart disease and stroke.
Academy Award-winning singer and songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie looked radiant in a Paul Hardy two-piece rock glam dress created from red cotton silk. The top corset was fully boned with an off-the-shoulder asymmetrical neckline, styled with a pleated mini-skirt. Fingerless leather gloves and studded sky-high stilettos rounded up her entire look.
"The dress is unbelievable. He really knocked himself out for us," says Sainte-Marie, who is taking a break from her world tour to participate in the event. "I'm trying to be involved in things in my own creation: educational projects, Aboriginal projects, and this is the first time that I'm part of a global health initiative and it's very important to me."
"In the '60s, it was possible to be eclectic and love music from all over the world. And with the Internet that's possible again. There was a long dark time in between when our years were full of potato chips and bacon and corporate music, but now it's possible to make intelligent choices in what we eat and how we treat each other and how much we can appreciate the multiplicity of arts."