Following their whirlwind weekend nuptials, newlyweds Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello wanted to make sure their wedding party was properly recuperated before they headed back home. On Monday afternoon, the couple, aka Jofia, treated their guests to vitamin IV treatments from Miami-based Vitasquad. The pair upped the ante on wedding goody bags and had a mobile IV station parked in front of The Breakers, where their nearest and dearest could refresh their bodies and kill any hangovers. Guests trickled down to the IV truck, except for Manganiello — he’s sober.
Cam’Ron performed Monday at Hyde AmericanAirlines Arena after the Miami Heat win against the New York Knicks. The rapper performed some of his famous hits including Hey Ma and Oh Boy. Prior to the performance, he was seen sipping Moët with friends.
Phil Heath, dubbed Mr. Olympia after winning the international professional men's bodybuilding contest, was spotted last Saturday at E11EVEN, “living it up with his fellow body builders.” Heath and the fellow strongmen partied until the wee hours of the morning.
People are still talking about the grand opening of the Tom Ford flagship store in the Design District last Thursday. The cocktail event was hosted by the fashion line’s co-founder/chairman Domenico De Sole and Craig Robins, CEO of Dacra Development. DJ Mia Moretti, in a long-sleeved black tunic with fringe from the label’s Fall 2015 collection, played tunes while guests from the worlds of art, design, sports and philanthropy mingled in the two-story space. Spotted amid the haute crowd were ballers Alex Rodriguez and Greg Jennings of the Miami Dolphins.
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What better time than Art Basel to sell condos? That's what Jorge Perez says as he opens his sales center at 1400 Biscayne Blvd. on Dec. 3 for a private cocktail, dinner, show and live auction celebrating not condo sales but the Global Gift Initiative's Miami edition hosted by honorary chairs Eva Longoria and Ricky Martin. GGI is a philanthropic nonprofit organization that aims to create a positive impact on the lives of children, women and families who are in need. The evening will be hosted by, Lili Estefan from El Gordo y La Flaca and Michael Yo.
Former Miami pastry chef Hedy Goldsmith is launching a new line of her signature Junk in da Trunk® cookies. The cookies have evolved over time, but are built on bittersweet chocolate, crushed kettle potato chips, pretzels. Goldsmith has been known to add everything to this batter from assorted Halloween candy to peppermint patties to peanut brittle to peanut butter stuffed pretzels. Just in time for holiday gift giving, the cookies are now available for purchase at http://sweethedy.com/.