Desperate Housewives star Teri Hatcher, 58, is agelessly glamorous at American Heart Association’s Red Dress Collection concert in NYC

Teri Hatcher was agelessly glamorous at the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection concert in New York on Wednesday.

Thrown at Jazz At Lincoln Center, the event is billed as spreading the word about America’s most prolific killer of women – heart disease.

In keeping with the spirit of the occasion, Teri, 58, who became a TV icon on Desperate Housewives, slid her slender frame into a scarlet Rubin Singer gown.

She opted for a swirling off-the-shoulder ensemble that shimmered under the lights as she posed up a storm on the red carpet.

Letting her dark hair tumble over her shoulders in gentle waves, she sharpened her unmistakable features with makeup. 

Hello, gorgeous: Teri Hatcher was agelessly glamorous at the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Red Dress Collection concert in New York on Wednesday

Although Go Red For Women is presenting the concert, the event was started by the governmental National Heart, Lung And Blood Institute’s The Heart Truth.

Last year’s concert was the 20th anniversary event, headlined by none other than Destiny’s Child alumna Kelly Rowland. 

Her co-headliner was the Canadian songstress Lauren Spencer-Smith, who had competed on American Idol two years before. 

Celebrity guests who appeared onstage at last year’s concert included Garcelle Beauvais, Vivica A. Fox, Christina Milian and Star Jones.

Information about this year’s concert, including who the celebrity headliner will be, has been kept under wraps ahead of the star-studded affair. 

Every year Go Red For Women unveils a cohort of ‘Real Women’ selected from around the United States to be their ambassadors.

This year’s class is comprised of 12 women from various backgrounds who have all survived either strokes or heart disease, per the American Heart Association.