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Cotton’s 24-Hour Runway Show

In celebration of the Miami Beach’s centennial, Cotton Inc. presented the  “24 Hour Runway Show” Nov. 7-8 on South Beach to break the Guinness World Record for “Longest Fashion Show.” The event was open to the public and featured Giuliana and Bill Rancic from “E! News” as hosts.

Additional hosts included Jason Kennedy from “E! News” and Michael Yo from “The Insider, ” with special performances by Jason Derulo, Trey Smith, Fantine, DJ Irie and Olivia Palermo.

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Ronin Pro Wrestling

There are some things you plan for and other things that just happen.  Last night as I walked into the Miami Airport Convention Center, I arrived with the assumption that I would just be working as background crew for SFL-TV.

With no one else from the crew around yet, I was thrown into the world of backstage interviewing for Ronin Pro Wrestling. I met with the organizer Mike Broder who introduced me to some other people. One of those people asked “Are you comfortable on camera?” I responded, “hell yeah!” The rest is history, so to speak.

For the latest on Ronin Pro Wrestling, visit www.roninprowrestling.com.

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KK Swimwear Fashion Show

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I had the pleasure of attending the “KK Swimwear Collection 2015” fashion show at Shula’s Hotel & Golf Club in Miami Lakes and fell in love! Designer Natalia Garcia, whose eldest daughter was diagnosed with Alopecia, said she believes “little girls should feel beautiful inside and out.”

Her designs are colorful, fun and very sassy. I wish there were options for me! For more information or to purchase her designs, visit http://www.kkswimwear.com.

One Night in Hipster Heaven

Deep in the heart of Miami, snuggled between graffiti art and warehouses, is Soho Film Studio. From the outside, it looks like a massive firehouse. Last Thursday night, however, it was the setting for the Absolut X party. Fancy hipsters on bicycles and scooters formed a line that curved all the way around the red building. I felt like I was in an episode of “Portlandia.”

The theme of the event was “Masquerade Ball,” which looked like an artsy, industrial rave deep in the land of Narnia. There were strobe lights, strange costumes, blaring music, photo ops, and an open bar. This was a recipe for an amazing night or the remnants of a discarded Ke$ha song.

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