A few weeks after eating and drinking her way through SOBEWFF, Chrissy Teigen was snapped arriving at MIA Tuesday. Here’s to hoping the model — in a hat, shawl and thigh-high boots — brought some lighter clothes along for the trip. The pro was smiling for paparazzi even though at a NYC event Sunday she told InStyle, “It’s like, universally known I hate the airport … everyone hates the airport. It’s fun to talk and complain about because, No. 1, you’re so bored there, and also, everyone is so annoying!”
Teigen was fully dressed in a smile — and that’s really it — later in the day frolicking in the surf in Miami Beach in her birthday suit.
But the nudity was legit: She was taking part in a photo shoot with Bruce Weber. Hubby John Legend was close by to cover her up with a robe.
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FIT FOR A KING
Million Dollar Listing Miami star Chris Leavitt has his own ideas why LeBron James’ 12,000-square-foot Coconut Grove mansion just isn’t selling like a hotcake. On Realtor.com, the broker says that the reason has nothing to do with bad feelings after King James up and returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Leavitt, director of luxury sales for Douglas Elliman, thinks the $17 million price tag is a tad high “for the area.”
“What people really want is Star Island, Palm Island, Indian Creek Island, La Gorce Island or North Bay Road,” the broker said. “These are the premier real estate locations in Miami.”
And folks who have access to this kind of dough likely do not care who the former resident was.
“At this price point people aren’t impressed by who owns it. … The people who buy these homes won’t say, ‘Oh my God, it’s LeBron James’ home! I’m going to buy it.’”
James’ former teammate, Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has a new baby: his spring collection of socks is available for sale. According to a release, the six-piece collection draws on “inspiration from high fashion, pop art and graffiti.”
“[It] which embodies my love of art and fashion,” said Wade of his fifth line of socks for Stance. “The fusion of pop-art imagery and bold color combinations will inspire my fans to take their style to another level.”
Styles — featuring such designs as checkerboards, palm trees and even Miami Beach — can be found at Nordstrom or Stance.com.
Red carpet alert: To celebrate Tag Heuer’s new location in the Design District, the watch brand will throw a VIP shindig Friday night, complete with celebrities. Rumored to appear: actors Nick Zano and Ryan Phillippe.
Phillippe — who plays a murder suspect in the new ABC chiller Secrets and Lies — recently revealed to Elle.com that he has struggled with depression his whole life.
“As you get older I think it decreases some, but I’m just innately kind of a sad person,” he said, adding he can related to his tortured character in the show.