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Ava Dash

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Calvin Hughes, Rudolph Moise and Raquel Pelissier

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Claudia Coupet and Jean R. Alexander

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A model wears Rachel Roy on the runway

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Catwalk model with Judith Joseph

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Catwalk model with Nirva DiGeronimo

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Raquel Pelissier and Rachel Roy

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Alexa Iacovelli and Andreea Baclea

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Camilo Miguel and Nina Miguel

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Franklin Sirman and Trisha Cancilla

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Martin Ekechukwu and Crystal Wilson

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Patrick Ford and Trisha Cancilla

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Roderick King, Donna Stewart, Crystal Wagar, Franklin Sirmans and Scherazade King

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Ruben Millares, Esther Parks and Antonia Wright

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Commissioner Ken Russell, Reid Boren and Taylor Collins

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Thom Filicia, Alicia Cervera Lamadrid and Rob Vahradrian

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Ali Lamadrid and Marioly Saladana

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Jim Harpel, Helena Vahradian, Judy Harpel and Taylor Collins

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Emily Gimblett and Kayla Lee

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Nacim Montanez, Jesse Ottley and Omar De Windt

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Mickey Kerbel and Laura LaFrenais

AVENTURA The 4th annual Catwalk for Charity took place at the Turnberry Isle Hotel, with Rachel Roy as the featured designer. The fashion show event benefited Prodev Haiti Schools, an organization that provides children with access to quality education, and Breakfast with Santa’s “Joy of Giving” annual toy distribution, which helps more than 5,000 children in need.

MIAMI Moët & Chandon’s Beats & Bubbles dinner party, a “Toast to the Tropics,” was hosted by Pérez Art Museum Miami director Franklin Sirmans in the penthouse unit at Soho Beach House, where guests had the opportunity to taste an assortment of Moët & Chandon’s marques in celebration of PAMM’s exhibit “On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection.”

 MIAMI Hundreds of Miami’s top brokers came out to celebrate the grand opening of Biscayne Beach, one of Downtown Miami’s newest luxury condos located in the East Edgewater neighborhood and developed by Two Roads Development and GTIS Partners. The project’s design was done by former Queer Eye for the Straight Guy personality and interior designer Thom Filicia. Guests enjoyed live music, tunes spun by DJ YSL, beach-themed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

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