‘Lookalike’ premiere at Hard Rock

Loudon and Bauer at Lookalike premiere
Loudon and Bauer at Lookalike premiere

We had a touch of Hollywood (the L.A. kind) near Hollywood at Hard Rock Live! at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino last week.

Noir flick The Lookalike, which hits theaters Friday, threw its premiere at the local hotspot Oct. 29 with a pasta filled after-party at Martorano’s.

Back to his old stomping grounds was Steven Bauer, who plays a henchman in the crime drama about a former basketball star (Jerry O'Connell) turned drug dealer who has dreams of having his own cooking show. The 57-year-old Bauer, who will reprise his role as Avi when season 3 of Ray Donovan reboots, had his blogger-poet girlfriend Lyda Loudon, 18, on his arm. No judgments, OK?!

Also attending the bash was Kimye pastor Rich Wilkerson, who is getting his own reality show, as well as producer James M. Wahlberg — of the famous Wahlberg clan; he’s the fifth oldest. James also appears on the A&E docuseries Wahlburger’s, about their family’s burger joint, near Boston.


In stylish news: Tommy Hilfiger stopped by Saks Fifth Avenue Bal Harbour Wednesday evening to celebrate the launch of his wife Dee Ocleppo’s eponymous lifestyle line. What a supportive hubby. According to a release, Dee’s 2-year-old label is all about “versatile luxury and classic silhouettes.” Ocleppo says she was inspired by 1960s and ’70s jet set glamour. Bags, made in Italy are named after the couple’s favorite destinations.

Over in the Design District, menswear boutique Sartorial opened with a bang last week with an evening of high style. Among the sharply dressed (athletic) men in attendance was polo player Nic Roldan. Proceeds benefited the Pérez Art Museum Miami.


Dwyane Wade wouldn’t let such major life events as marriage and basketball slow him down. The Miami Heat star is set to go again for A Night on the Runwade Nov. 18. That’s his annual fashion fund-raiser for Wade’s World Foundation. He and new wife Gabrielle Union will pull cohosting duties at the shindig at Ice Palace Studios. The evening, as always, will include oodles of food, drinks and entertainment from places like Blue Collar, Estiatorio Milos, Mignonette and Shake Shack. Tickets: or 305-529-9506 ext .110