Manny Fashion Week Swim

Fashion Faves Late Night at Wall and Wet

Thursday

In part one of this special edition of SOCIAL Manny by Manny Hernandez, we get an up close view of Thursday’s premiere Fashion Week Swim events. Featured are Skyy Vodka, Marysol Patton, Zuma’s Steven and Tessie Haigh, Julie Fogel, Diesel opening show at the 2012 Miami Beach Fashion Week SWIM at the Raleigh, Mike Gardner, Chad Ochocinco, Rock of Ages star David Boneta, Johnny the Boy, Mark Leventhal, Lukas Klessig, Jose Ortiz, Ingrid Casares, Natalia Sancheez, Cosmopolitan en EspaƱol Summer Splash at Setai, Jon Secada, Lisa Pliner, Jackie Mahlie, Ocean Drive magazine July/August Swim issue party at W South Beach, Lolo Sudarski, Courtland Lantaff, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Buzzy Sklar, Ashley Turchin, Sarah Arison, Kristin Cavallari and many more…
 
Pictured: Damaris Aguiar and Ana Maria Gonzalez at the Diesel opening show at the Raleigh
 
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Friday

Friday night of Swim Week featured Papi fashion show at SoHo Beach House, Trina Turk show at SoHo Beach House, Sean Drake, Brandi Reddick, Ali Mahallati, Fashion bloggers Annie Vazquez and Ria Michelle, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim at the Raleigh, The Glade’s stars Garrett Dillahunt, Michelle Hurd and Carlos Gomez, L*Space show, Karelle Levy, Rebecca Kleiman, Designer Monica Wise, Actress Adrienne Bailon, Marcella and Daniel Novela, Edgar and Nicole Lozano, City & Shore Presents Rock Your Style Fashion & Swim Show at InterContinental Miami Hotel & Spam, Rachel Paul and Jordan Turchin at Papi fashion show at SoHo Beach House, Lauren Gnazzo, Yannick and Hadley Henriette and many more…
 
Pictured: Adrienne Bailon at the L*Space show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim at the Raleigh
 
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Save Our Children

About 250 people attended the first “Save Our Children” happy hour event at the Angler’s on South Beach. It was a very successful event for the Children’s Cancer Caring Center raising nearly $5000 and creating awareness for the Charity. The CCCC is a South Florida non profit that provides life saving cancer care for children with limited means. The charity is going on its 46 year. Having no employee’s or administrative costs nearly 100% of the money raised goes to helping the children.
 
Pictured: Jeff Berardelli and Abby Symonds
 
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