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Underwear and Michael Ealy at Macy’s: What’s not to love?

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Consider this RSVP a resounding yes!

You may want to leave whatever daily duties you have early to avoid traffic at all costs Tuesday. Because Think Like A Man Too actor Michael Ealy is going to be at Macy’s Aventura right around rush hour, at 5:30 p.m. Where? In the underwear section, naturally. Look for the Papi brand. The first 125 customers to make a skivvies purchase of $35 or more the day of the event will be able to get a coveted selfie with Ealy. First floor. While supplies last.

Later that evening, Ealy ( Barbershop, About Last Night) will walk the red carpet at Regal South Beach for the premiere of Think Like A Man Too, along with costar LaLa Anthony. The film opens in theaters June 20.

Oh, and in case you were wondering, he’ll be fully dressed at both events.

Bunny’s legacy

She’s gone but definitely not forgotten. Bunny Yeager’s namesake studio at 541 NW 27th St. in Wynwood will soon present a retrospective of the late pin-up photographer’s most famous works, said director Barry Fellman. “The show will include vintage prints of images not previously seen from her archive that will surprise and delight,” he said. More info: 305-571-1415.

A service was held for Bunny Sunday at Faith Lutheran Church in Hialeah, where she sang in the choir.

Fashion phenom

Esteban Cortazar is moving on up at the ripe age of 30.

WWD reports that London-based financial investors MH Luxe Ltd. has taken a significant majority stake in the Colombian-born, Miami-raised designer’s label. Cortazar now lives in Paris and sells his apparel in a deal with Net-a-porter. MH Luxe told the magazine its “considerable” investment would support Cortazar’s “growth over the coming years.” It also means the so-called fashion wunderkind will be able to afford to expand distribution offline.

Madeleine Marr

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