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Miami Fashion Week Benefit Gala 2018: Inside Look

Miami Fashion Week Benefit Gala 2018: Inside Look

Miami Fashion Week Benefit Gala 2018: Inside Look

Miami Fashion Week Benefit Gala 2018: Inside Look. Honorary President of Miami Fashion Week, Antonio Banderas hosted an exclusive charity gala at the historic Alfred I. DuPont Building. The annual event puts a spotlight on celebrities, world renown fashion designers and recording artists. This event is recognized as Miami’s most star-studded and glamorous fashion night of the year. A delicious sit-down dinner featured either Lamb Chops, Sea Bass or both. There was also a live auction which contributed to the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Foundation (which you can still donate to) and Antonio Bandera’s organization Fundación Lágrimas y Favores, there was also entertainment by Colombian artist Fanny Lu. Among the guests was Rene Ruiz, who I got to catch up with at the event.

Fashion Show:

The much anticipated event, however, was the unveiling of Roberto Cavalli’s exclusive luxury collection that was inspired by a modern design of beauty and sensuality. The private runway was showcased to a room of A-list celebrities, influencers and leaders. Cavalli’s team also donated one of their evening gowns from their Spring/Summer 2005 collection to the live auction. Scroll down and take a look at the pieces for yourself. It featured some beautiful evening dresses with cut-outs, animal print and sheer. All in all a beautiful collection..

Here’s a little recap of the event:

Keep scrolling to see the Roberto Cavalli runway show…

Full look from the MFW benefit gala…gonna be up on the site soooon

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(Decked in Miu Miu)

Dinner:

Auction:

Roberto Cavalli Runway:

  • Roberto Cavalli Fashion Show at the MFW 2018 Benefit Gala

 

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