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Enter to Win Heidi Klum's Red Oscar Dress!

02/25/2008 at 06:00 AM ET

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Heidi Klum made our Academy Awards Best Dressed List with her red silk Haute Couture by John Galliano gown, but the Project Runway host isn’t going to be adding this stunner to her dress collection any time soon. The model is donating this one-of-a-kind Galliano to benefit women’s heart health, a cause she supported by walking the Red Dress Collection runway during Fashion Week. You can enter a sweepstakes to win Heidi’s couture gown at mycokerewards.com — Diet Coke will donate $1 to support women’s heart health for every entry towards a goal of $250,000. A winner will be chosen on March 10. Tell us: Did you like Heidi’s Oscar dress?

Click here to see more iconic red dresses throughout Oscars history, including Nicole Kidman and Catherine Zeta-Jones.

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I have been disappointed regarding this dress. I believe it is a beautiful gown. However, I have been doing the coke rewards for a few now, and when I get the points to get the gown they either out of stock or they have discontinued it. Therefore I have not been able to get the gown. I would love to have worn it to a film premiere that I was attending but they ran out of stock for 2 years. Not everyone can afford a $250,000 gown.

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