Posts Tagged ‘Iran Issa Khan’

Intimate Dinner Previewing Forte Dei Marmi Restaurant and Arts Club

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

Sara Slocum

Miami Beach, FL – December 17, 2016 – Tatiana Silva, Heather Kleisner, and Terry Zarikian previewed Two Michelin-Star Chef, Antonio Mellino’s cuisine at Forte Dei Marmi, the new restaurant and Arts Club situated in the renovated Italian oceanside villa by Chad Oppenheim located South of Fifth on Miami Beach. The intimate group of friends, who came together from different parts of the world, celebrated with organic wine and cocktails and a multi-course tasting menu, highlighting signature dishes created by Chef Mellino for this occasion as a “preview” of what’s to come. New York based composer Ricardo Romaneiro created the mood with his unconventionally melodic recorded sounds as the group continued partying back upstairs at the Arts Club after dinner. While Forte Dei Marmi restaurant and Arts Club gets ready to officially open on January 17, 2017,  a “preview” opening period starts December 21, 2016, offering an opportunity to enjoy, explore and share sophisticated epicurean experiences. The New Year’s Eve party will be a unique soiree featuring an unlimited flow of 2007 Vintage Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne, Forte Dei Marmi’s  specialty organic cocktails, a Bronze “Frutti De Mare” experience composed of seasonal oysters, Maine lobster, Petrossian organic caviar, Alaskan king crab, and a variety of inspired seafood salads. A live “fireworks” curated performance by resident artist Ricardo Romaneiro featuring Sandbox Percussion, Hannah Summer, Ramin & Justin Abrams followed by live DJ set by David Sisa. For more information regarding New Year’s Eve and other inquiries, please call 305.815.4360 or e-mail  [email protected].



Tatyana Silva & Martina Navratilova


Tatyana Silva & Antonio Mellino


Tatyana Silva, Heather Kleisner, & Nick Fielding


Criselda Breene & Barbara Becker


Julia Lemigova, Martina Navratilova, & Criselda Breene

Julia Lemigova, Barbara Becker, Heather Kleisner, Martina Navratilova, Juan Lopez Salaberry, & Caroline St George

Julia Lemigova, Barbara Becker, Heather Kleisner, Martina Navratilova, Juan Lopez Salaberry, & Caroline St. George

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Amaris Jones & Fernanda Domit

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Tatyana Silva & Barbara Backer


Tatyana Silva, Barbara Backer, & Iran Issa Khan


Fernanda & Pedro Domit, & Sam Robin



Heather Kleisner, Nick Fielding, & Jennifer Massolo



Jonathan Breene & Heather Kleisner

Lydia Martin, Crispy Soloperto, & Elyzabeth Schwartz

Lydia Martin, Crispy Soloperto, & Elizabeth Schwartz


Antonio Mellino

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Iran Issa Khan, Criselda Breene, & Walid Wahab


Criselda Breene, Jonathan Breene, & Tatyana Silva


Criselda Breene, Suzy Buckley Woodward, Ali Mahallati, Walid Wahab, & Barbara Becker


Juan Lopez Salaberry, Amaris Jones, & Barbara Becker


Jennifer Massolo, Barbara Becker, & Heather Kleisner


Christian Gibbon & Susie Wahab


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Iran Issa Khan & Tatyana Silva


Alex Thermiotis, Mercedes Gonzalez de Herrera, Corina Thermiotis, & Terry Zarikian

Christian Gibbon, Iran Issa Khan, Lydia Martin, Sam Robins, & Elizabeth Schwartz

Christian Gibbon, Iran Issa Khan, Lydia Martin, Sam Robins, & Elizabeth Schwartz


Erin Newberg, Crispy Soloperto, Tatyana Silva, & Amaris Jones


Suzy Buckley Woodward, Erin Newberg, & Elysze Held


Devonie Nicholas, Terry Zarikian, & Jackie Olensky


Tatyana Silva & Amaris Jones


Erin Newberg & Typoe


Elysze Held & Ana Quincoces


Elizabeth Schwartz & Martina Navratilova

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God’s Love We Deliver Cookbook Launch Hosted by Blaine Trump & Lee Schrager at The Setai

Sunday, December 18th, 2016


Miami Beach, FL – December 15, 2016 – Blaine Trump and Lee Schrager celebrated the recent launch of God’s Love We Deliver Cookbook: Nourishing Stories and Recipes from Notable Friends with a reception at The Setai. Compiled by Jon Gilman and Christopher Idone, in celebration of more than 30 years of service, God’s Love We Deliver Cookbook: Nourishing Stories and Recipes from Notable Friends is an illustrated cookbook like no other, packed with family recipes and personal anecdotes from 75 supporters of this NYC non-profit fixture. Born of the idea that the sharing or preparing of a meal is among the greatest acts of love, this intimate and exquisitely photographed compilation reaffirms and reminds us that many of our most precious and cherished moments occur around the dinner table and in the kitchen. From Alan Cumming’s Stovies and Jennifer Hudson’s Feta-Stuffed Chicken Burgers to Ina Garten’s Perfect Roast Turkey and Michael Kors’s Grandma Bea’s Pineapple Upside-Down Cake, each superb and sometimes hilarious (Roz Chast, for example) contribution offers a glimpse into the home of the recipe-giver and is certain to inspire the making of new memories. God’s Love We Deliver cooks and home-delivers more than 1.5 million meals each year for thousands of New Yorkers living with severe illnesses. The meals are individually tailored to meet clients’ medical needs. All of their services are free of charge. There is no waiting list. They do this all with the help of 10,000 volunteers each year.

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David Ludwigson, Jon Gilman, Karen Pearl, Blaine Trump, & Lee Schrager



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David Desmond, Kinga Lampert, & Blaine Trump


Lisa Heiden-Koffler, Lisa Desmond, Kinga Lampert, & Blaine Trump


Marisa Toccin Lucas, Jennifer Valoppi, Madeleine & Micky Arison

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Farid Moussallem, Blaine Trump, Julio Gallo, & Iran Issa Khan


James Davis, Micky & Madeleine Arison, Blaine Trump, & Steve Simon


Madeleine Arison, Lee Schrager, Blaine Trump, Micky Arison, & Chris Riley


James Davis, Chris Riley, & Steve Simon


Iran Issa Khan & Mireille Chancy Gonzalez


Marisa Toccin Lucas & Suzy Buckley Woodward


Lisa Desmond & Yoav Suprun


Blaine Trump & Steve Simon


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Adrian Kahn & Carmelina Santoro


Mathias Gervais & Lee Schrager


Mitchel Nunez, Brad Learmonth, & Noelio Hernandez


Fabio Nunes, Lee Schrager, & Ken Gorin


Lee Schrager & Belkys Nerey


Ali Mahallati & Tui Pranich


Tricia & Matthew Johnson


Jon Gilman, Chad Fabrikant, & Lee Schrager


Renee Rodgers, Chris Riley, & Tom Rogers


Pat Berkule, Stephanie de Kantzow, & Karen Pearl


Q&A: Susanne Bartsch Presents: The Bareback Follies at El Tucán

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

Susanne Bartsch

Miami, FL – November 22, 2016 – The legendary Susanne Bartsch brought her nightlife magic to El Tucán for an over the top cabaret extravaganza, titled, “Bareback Follies.” Guests enjoyed eclectic and eccentric acts by guest performers like Amanda Lepore, Joey Arias, Boylesque, Dirty Martini, and more. Susanne Bartsch is New York City’s patron saint of transformation and inclusion. The parties she’s thrown for three decades—from Paris to Tokyo—have provided a venue for countless creative souls and “creatures” to express themselves, come together and forget the hum-drum of the everyday. Susanne has become notorious for the beautiful, strange, and outlandishly dressed people who flock to her events.

World Red Eye caught up with the nightlife starlit, who gave us a closer look into how she began her career in the entertainment industry and what goes into all of the incredible, over-the-top costumes and performances.


Susanne Bartsch

WRE: You’ve been coined as a New York nightlife icon, how did you first get involved in this industry?

SB: I owned a fashion store selling clothes that were designed by young people from London, which was where I had moved from. There was a thriving nightlife culture in London and it had an element of dressing up that I felt New York was missing when I came here. So, I decided to throw a party that had that element – bright lights, high energy music where people go see and be seen in their finery.

WRE: How did owning this boutique play into your nightlife career and looks?

SB: I started the parties as a cross-promotional tool for the boutique, and I think it played into my nightlife career by launching me into the fashion world becoming known as someone in the fashion business. Also, the first big event I produced was a fashion show for my store at the Roxy, showing the designers what I sold. It was a big, fabulous, chaotic revelation and I think I definitely said to myself, “Wow! I think I’m onto something here.”


Expressing your self freely with fashion is really just having a visual conversation with the world.

Susanne Bartsch


WRE: What should someone expect to experience when attending one of your parties?

SB: I always encourage people to come in a “look”…that doesn’t mean you have to have a birdcage on your head, but putting energy into what you’re wearing is step one for YOU to have a great special time, at least for me. I also think the guest list is much more interesting if it’s a mix of people. For music, I love it to be festive and happy. I’m not really into dark, druggy, droning thumping, depending on the event as well. There may be performers doing things throughout the night. I prefer to spend my decorating budgets on say, one girl in a latex bodysuit sitting on a ladder and knitting a sweater rather than on balloons, but ideally the budget allows both.

WRE: How do you come up with these various looks? Do you have help creating them?

SB: The looks are usually a collaborative effort between the designers and myself. I style myself mostly along with the hair and makeup I work with. I’m inspired by everything!


Susanne Bartsch



WRE: Why is it important to you that your guests can express themselves in however they please?

SB: It makes me happy to see people expressing themselves. I also think there’s a certain liberating sense of freedom that comes from wearing something outside of the norm. Dressing up is a high! It really is. If I feel worn out and a little low energy and the day of an event I’m like, “Ugh, how am I going to get through this?” I know that if I just show up and go through the process of getting dressed up, that I will feel better and have more energy for the party.

WRE: Why was El Tucán the perfect spot to bring your show to Miami?

SB: El Tucán is an absolute jewel of a space. The owners really created the perfect supper club with a show. The show I brought to El Tucán was sort of a remounting and retooling of a show I first developed called “Cabaret Rose” for Dom Perignon. It was basically my version of a classic variety cabaret from the days when that was actually something that people went to for entertainment, but I gave it my own modern twist. El Tucán is very throwback meets now, executed impeccably.

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WRE: What are you hoping people take away from your parties?

SB: A renewed sense of the joy of living.

WRE: What do you think it is about your parties that have been such a big hit and keep people coming back for more?

SB: The energy. That is something that you can’t really explain or quantify but you know it when it’s there. Also, seeing things you’ve never seen before.


WRE: Why do you think this culture of being able to express yourself freely is becoming increasingly popular?

SB: I’m not sure why, but I think it’s only going to grow. What this question does make me think of it is the concept of community and tribes. Expressing your self freely with fashion is really just having a visual conversation with the world. If you wear something that is out of the realm of “pedestrian” you are really saying,  “I have something different I want or need to add to this conversation.” It’s like everybody walking around wearing fig leaves and then all the sudden somebody shows up in a gorilla suit. Why are you wearing a gorilla suit? Well because that person wants to talk about the idea of evolution from primates as opposed to the accepted notion of Adam and Eve. Well that gorilla suit definitely shakes things up! It’s a bad example, but a basic one. Fashion can be a real catalyst for moving the culture and for shaking things up.



WRE: Tell us about what it was like having your own exhibition at The Museum at FIT?

SB: It was surreal, nerve-wracking, and wonderful. I didn’t “design” the clothes on display, a lot of them were a collaborative effort. I was very happy to be able to show stuff that a lot of my friends through the years designed, but it was also bittersweet because not all of the people whose designs were in the show are still with us. Having the clothes properly displayed in an exhibition kind of brought them and the time back to life, more so than when they are just in a box in storage. It was also an amazing, moving experience for me, and such an honor.

WRE: Where do you see yourself and your brand 10 years from now?

SB: Either six or two years into my new job as the first female president. I think that we’re going to be needing to inject a little fun into the world!

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Iran Issa Khan & Criselda Breene


Criselda Breene, Susanne Bartsch, & Iran Issa Khan


Criselda Breene & Tara Solomon


Yurika Nakazono, Timothy Walker, & Soledad Lowe


Barbara Hulanicki, Soledad Lowe, & Timothy Walker


Dirty Martini

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Amanda Lepore

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Aquaria, Susanne Bartsch, Joey Arias, Dirty Martini, & Jonte





Aquaria, Susanne Bartsch, Tara Solomon, Joey Arias, Jonte, Rify Royalty, & Dirty Martini

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Aquaria & Susanne Bartsch


Susanne Bartsch & Tara Solomon


Athena Dion & Susanne Bartsch

I prefer to spend my decorating budgets on say, one girl in a latex bodysuit sitting on a ladder and knitting a sweater rather than on balloons, but ideally the budget allows both.

Susanne Bartsch



Jupiter Velvet, Delishez, Athena Dion, Lii Miss ToTo, Persephone, Gio Profera, & Von Lips

Maman Fine Art Hosts MISO CHIC Kick Off

Sunday, November 20th, 2016

Nicolas Leiva

Miami, FL – November 14, 2016 – Maman Fine Art in the Miami Design District hosted the kick off for this year’s MISO CHIC – The Miami Symphony Orchestra’s most coveted event by lovers of Music, Art & Philanthropy held at the Adrienne Arsht Center – Knight Concert Hall on Sunday, November 20th.The evening showcased works by Iran Issa-Khan, Nicolas Leiva, Julio Le Parc and Vik Muniz among others. Petit Pois Catering + Design provided equally artistic libations and a curated culinary experience. Notables gathered from near and far in support of this year’s concert which will benefit Voices for Children and No More Tears – a charities that support victims of sexual abuse, domestic violence and human trafficking. You can purchase tickets by clicking here.


Nicolas Leiva

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Eduardo Marturet, Sandra Moss, Nelson F. Hincapie, & Athena Marturet

Eduardo Marturet, Sandra Moss, Nelson F. Hincapie, & Athena Marturet

Daniel Maman, Michelle Areces-Zandy, Nicolas Leiva, & Nima Zandy

Daniel Maman, Michelle Areces-Zandy, Nicolas Leiva, & Nima Zandy

Daniel Mama, Sandra Moss, Athena Marturet, & Carolina Lanao

Daniel Maman, Sandra Moss, Athena Marturet, & Carolina Lanao


Sandra Moss & Athena Marturet


Criselda Breene

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Sissi Fleitas, Athena Marturet, & Siudy Garrido

Patricia Pacino de Maman, Daniel Maman, Iran Issa Khan, & Athena Marturet

Patricia Pacino de Maman, Daniel Maman, Iran Issa Khan, & Athena Marturet

Patricia Pacino de Maman, Lucia Maman, Daniel Maman, & Athena Marturet

Patricia Pacino de Maman, Lucia Maman, Daniel Maman, & Athena Marturet


Jonathan & Criselda Breene, Barbara Becker, & Tui Pranich


Judith Kamps Garcia, Luis Garcia Fanjul, & Patricia Pacino de Maman

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Martin Gastelu, Mauro Gironi, & Mario Vergel


Martina Borgomanero Basabe, Fabian Basabe, & Michelle Areces-Zandy


Michelle Areces & Bronwyn Miller


Michelle Areces-Zandy & Iran Issa Khan


Nicolas Felizola & Danny Jelaca

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Iran Issa Khan & Bronwyn Miller

Michael Shore, Iran Issa Khan, & Mary Jo Shore

Michael Shore, Iran Issa Khan, & Mary Jo Shore


Danny Jelaca, Iran Issa Khan, Athena Marturet, & Jeffrey Kljajich

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The Art of Fun Screening & Conversation with Artist Kenny Scharf and Filmmakers Malia Scharf & Max Basch at Faena Rose

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Kenny Scharf

Miami Beach, FL – October 27, 2016 – Faena Rose hosted an exclusive work-in-progress screening in the Faena Hotel’s private screening room of The Art of Fun, an upcoming documentary on iconic artist Kenny Scharf co-directed by his daughter Malia Scharf and Max Basch.  Following the film, Kenny, Malia, and Max all joined for an insightful conversation, moderated by Miami-based artist Oliver Sanchez, and answered questions from the audience.


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Max Basch, Malia Scharf, Friend, & Kenny Scharf

Max Basch, Malia Scharf, Oliver Sanchez, & Kenny Scharf

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Giorgia Lo Savio, Beto Giraldo, & Valentina Parada


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Max Basch, Malia Scharf, & Oliver Sanchez


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Max Basch, Malia Scharf, & Oliver Sanchez


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Oliver Sanchez, Kenny Scharf, & James Davis


Kenny Scharf, Pablo De Ritis, & Max Basch


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Max Basch, Bailey Small, Tripp Potts, & Jessica Cohen


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Dylan Crossman & Malia Scharf

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Watr Grand Opening at 1 Hotel South Beach

Sunday, July 31st, 2016


Miami Beach, FL – July 27, 2016 – 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach welcomed 50 of Miami’s most influential guests for a unique dining experience at their newest restaurant, watr. Set in a picture-perfect scene, 18 stories above the bright lights of the city, watr embodies a tropical divinity only possible in an unforgettable venue that floats over the sea. Guided through an entry illuminated by a canopy of stringed lights and adorned with ambient greenery, invited guests met on the 1 Rooftop and transported into Polynesian paradise. Each provided with a lei or wreath flower crown imported from Hawaii, guests were greeted by seafood samplings and libations courtesy of watr’s dedicated Cocktail Pairing Connoisseur. Bringing its Hawaiian-Japanese infused menu to life for the first time, guests were treated to courses that were brought in “waves.” Specializing in sushi + poke and innovative cuisine, the tasting touted some of the restaurant’s most prized dishes including a seaweed salad trio, poke trinity, an assortment of fresh sushi rolls, salmon and Wagyu steak entrees, and tropical desserts. As the night began to wind down, a surprise performance by a talented group of Polynesian dancers in their indigenous attire added final touches to the celebratory evening.

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Joey Krutel, Gil Dezer, & Sebastian Tettamanti

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Martina Borgomanero Basabe & Fabian Basabe

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Martina Borgomanero Basabe & Maria Tettamanti

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Henry & Roberta Del Campo

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Fernando Cruz, Catalina Ucros, & Aaron Kiser

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Ali Mahallati & Iran Issa Khan

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Fernanda Domit & Iran Issa Khan

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C’est Rouge Launch Celebration at Faena Theatre

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016
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Colin Watson, Romero Britto, Calyann Barnett, & Dwyane Wade

Miami Beach, FL – June 3, 2016 – Guests entered the mesmerizing universe of C’EST ROUGE, a sensual and seductive revue set in the intimate 150-seat cabaret-style Faena Theater.  Blanca Li, internationally celebrated choreographer, peeled back the curtain and orchestrated a fantasyland of beauty, mystery, and desire told through enthralling vignettes set to Latin American and Jazz rhythms of the C’EST ROUGE septet band.

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Dwyane Wade & Calyann Barnett

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Alan Faena & Ximena Caminos

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Marvin Ross Friedman & Adrienne bon Haes

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George Lindemann & Ugo Colombo

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Ilona & Chad Oppenheim

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Roma Calderon, Clarisa Brignone, & Ines Rivero

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Iran Issa Khan, Sam Robin, & Cathy Leff

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Barbara Hulanicki & Andrew Stevens

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Jill Buchanan, Andrew Stevens, & Kim Swift

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Fabian Basabe, Brooke Price, & Rene Ruiz

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Aaron Puckett & Lexing Zhang

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Jonathan & Criselda Breen

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Navin Chatani & Heather Blaze

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Tatiana & Nicola Siervo

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Granville Adams & Tayo Otiti

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Soledad & Justin Lowe

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Justin Keeperman & Luis Rigual

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Daniela Swaebe, Andreea Baclea, Marcella Novela, & Parmiss Mass

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Gigi Ganatra-Duff, Ricardo Dunin, Gita Shandasani, Marcella Novela, Carlos Betancourt, & Roma Calderon

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Susan Davies, Kelly Framel, & Zoe Lukov

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Pablo de Ritis, Adrienne Bon Haes, & Marvin Ross Friedman

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Adriana de Moura

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Gita Shandasani & Nick D’Annunzio

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Christy & David Martin

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Jaie Laplante & Nelson O

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Romney & Brooke Reyes

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Julian, Ana, & Neisen Kasdin

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Yagiro Lara, Carlos Betancourt, Brandi Reddick, & Alberto Latorre

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Brandi Reddick & Alberto Latorre

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Bernerd Garsen & Daisy Olivera

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Bhakti & Sandra Baxter

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Spring & Sean McManus

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Candela Ferro & Khotan Fernandez


7th Annual “Take a Walk in Her Shoes” Fashion Show at JW Marriott Marquis

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016


Miami, FL – May 26, 2016 – Chapman Partnership’s “Take A Walk in Her Shoes,” a vintage fashion show and luncheon produced by C. Madeleine’s, directed by Danny Santiago and hair styling and make up by Rik Rak Salon returned for its 7th annual celebration of Miami’s top women philanthropists and community leaders at the JW Marriott. The annual “Take a Walk in Her Shoes” vintage fashion show and luncheon gave guests an opportunity to experience a step through fashion history with the most stylish looks and iconic designer brands of the past decades while honoring outstanding South Florida women and raising funds to improve the lives of homeless women through Chapman Partnership programs and services.

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Lisa Petrillo

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Christy Martin & Lisa Petrillo

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Criselda Breene

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Susannah Shubin

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C.L. Conroy

22-C.L. Conroy3_new

23-Betty Brandt3_new

Betty Brandt

24-Betty Brandt2_new

25-Terri Shikany3_new

Terri Shikany

26-Terri Shikany_new

27-Hilarie Bass2_new

Hilarie Bass

28-Hilarie Bass1_new

29-Teri Williams1_new

Teri Williams

30-Teri Williams_new

32-Dan Vincent speaking & Lisa Petrillo2_new

Dan Vincent & Lisa Petrillo

33-Dan Vincent speaking & Lisa Petrillo4_new

34-Madeleine Kirsch speaking_new

Madeleine Kirsh

35-Madeleine Kirsch speaking4_new 36-Madeleine Kirsch speaking6_new

37-31-Betty Brandt, C.L. Conroy, Criselda Breene, Terri Shikany, Hilarie Bass, Teri Williams, Christy Martin, Susannah Shubin, & Teresa Foxx1_new

Betty Brandt, C.L. Conroy, Criselda Breene, Terri Shikany, Hilarie Bass, Teri Williams, Christy Martin, Susannah Shubin, & Teresa Foxx

37.5-Hayden Hosford, Trish Bell, & Lisa Petrillo1_new

Hayden Hosford, Trish Bell, & Lisa Petrillo

37.6-Danny Santiago & Raquel Watters_new

Danny Santiago & Raquel Watters

37.7-Lisa Petrillo & Elysze Held1_new

Lisa Petrillo & Elysze Held

37.8-Elysze Held1_new

Elysze Held

37.9-Dan Vincent & Dania Myrthil_new

Dan Vincent & Dania Myrthil

38-WRE_8773_new 39-WRE_8780_new 40-WRE_8397_new

41-Barbara Reese, Trish Bell, & Dan Bell_new

Barbara Reese, Trish & Dan Bell

42-Carlos Fernandez Guzman, Trish Bell, & Bronwyn Miller_new

Carlos Fernandez Guzman, Trish Bell, & Bronwyn Miller

43-Christy Martin & Kristin Ducote_new

Christy Martin & Kristin Ducote

44-Christy Martin & Katharine Rubino_new

Christy Martin & Katharine Rubino