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Elle Macpherson checks out Australian art

Elle Macpherson
Elle Macpherson Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP

Elle Macpherson was spotted last Thursday at Pérez Art Museum Miami’s opening reception for the exhibition “No Boundaries: Aboriginal Australian Contemporary Abstract Painting.” She was accompanied by the chief of congressional liaison of Embassy of Australia, Peter Heyward. On Wednesday, Macpherson was seen lunching at Makoto. For those curious as to how the model known as The Body maintains her physique, she ate edamame, house salad, vegan roll, sauteed air spinach and shared some of the Hot Stone Kobe beef with her two lunch mates.

Haute Living magazine and Tag Heuer hosted a private dinner Monday at the Cypress Room with Marlins player and the magazine’s cover boy Giancarlo Stanton. In the crowd of 40 celebrating with Stanton were Scottie Pippen, Haute Living publisher Kamal Hotchandani , boxing legend Lennox Lewis and DJ sisters Nervo Twins.

Afterward, Stanton and teammate A.J. Ramos headed to FDR at the Delano to celebrate Ramos’ 29th birthday. At another table, record producer and rapper Jermaine Dupri celebrated his 43rd birthday Monday with multi-Grammy Award-winning songwriter/record producer pal Bryan-Michael Cox. Shark Tank’s Daymond John was also there, hanging with, he wrote on his Instagram account, “Shark Tank partners Al Nelson, Greg D and Will.”

LeBron James was spotted Wednesday at the NBA-approved indoor basketball court inside the JW Marriott Marquis Miami in downtown Miami. James was seen practicing with his trainer, along with a camera on court, and rumors are that we might get to view this workout on James' social media pages soon.

Presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton will be in South Florida Oct. 2 for some fundraising stops. Among them, the Miami Beach home of Abigail and FJ Pollack, big supporters of President Obama, who was at their home back in June of 2012 for a similar purpose. Pollack is the CEO of TracPhone Wireless; Abigail Pollack was appointed by President Obama to the Commission to Study the Potential Creation of A National Museum of the American Latino.

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