Gabrielle Union and her boyfriend Dwyane Wade are going to need clones Thursday night if they want to attend each other’s respective events — or maybe really quick scooters.
Wade, who was just at New York’s Fashion Week hanging with big leaguers like Anna Wintour, is strutting the catwalk at a haute fundraiser for his Wade’s World Foundation. The fashion show, emceed by Today correspondent Jill Martin, will feature clothing from Dsquared2, Versace and The Webster. “A Night on the RunWade,” at the Moore Building in the Design District, starts at 6:30 p.m. with red carpet arrivals. Tickets from $425 at wadesworldfoundation.org.
Hopefully, Union can make it at some point. The actress will be in Little Haiti attending a screening and reception of Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide at the Little Haiti Cultural Center. Her deal also begins at 6:30. Union will discuss her experiences visiting Vietnam during the filming of the documentary, filmed in 10 countries and inspired by the bestseller by Pulitzer Prize winners Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDun, as well as answer audience questions. It’s free, but you must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-424-4025.
Dressed to kill
Love Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Guidice or hate her, the woman cleans up nice. The plunging, lycra-mesh gown she wears on the upcoming reunion show has a local connection: It’s HOLT, by French designer Elisea Nir, who has a showroom in Hallandale Beach and custom-made it for the reality star (the emerald beauty retails for $629 ar reveboutique.com). Nir also has a Real Housewives ally in Adriana de Moura, who was the face/body of the brand’s swimwear 2013 line. As for the reunion show, it debuts 10 p.m. Sunday on Bravo, and it’s a nasty one. Almost everyone attacks Teresa, who is suspected of setting up her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, after a club owner claimed he once employed Gorga as a stripper (she claims she was just a bartender). Blood is still bad among the women, even though the situation went down last year.
Viewers may not have noticed Saturday night, but while doing the night news, CBS4 anchor Cynthia Demos started having contractions, said station spokesman Lee Zimmerman. The mother-to-be held on until the credits rolled. Three hours later, she gave birth to a boy she and her husband Matt Rubino named Gibson. The baby, who weighed in at 7 pounds, 10 ounces, joins 21-month-old sister Brooke at home. Demos is on maternity leave until December.