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Joan Jett goes ‘red’ for charity

Joan Jett goes ‘red’ for charity

GOING RED: Joan Jett walks the runway at the The Red Dress Collection 2014 on Thursday, Feb. 6 in New York. Photo: Associated Press/Brad Barket/Invision

Veteran rocker Joan Jett joined young stars including Leona Lewis, Bella Thorne, and Annasophia Robb to walk the runway in red during a special charity fashion show in New York City on Thursday.

The “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” hitmaker, 55, took to the catwalk for the New York Fashion Week event wearing a bright red jumpsuit designed by Catherine Malandrino as part of the American Heart Association’s annual Red Dress Collection show.

The event at Manhattan’s Lincoln Center featured a number of famous faces showing off their modeling moves to raise awareness for the heart disease charity.

Other stars who took part in the 2014 event included actresses Thorne, Robb, Kat Graham and Victoria Justice, as well as Alec Baldwin’s model daughter Ireland, British pop star Lewis, and singer Colbie Caillat.

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