The Party Crasher - Wyclef, John Legend, D. Wade and More Show Love at Art For Life Miami Beach
Instead of usual A-list bottle behavior, a cluster of celebs came out to The Bath Club on Miami Beach Saturday night to benefit Art For Life Miami Beach, a Miami glam gala raising funds for Miami-Dade County art programs geared toward providing significant exposure to urban and underprivileged youths. The event was backed by the notorious Simmons brothers (Russell, Danny and Rev. Run), who head Rush Philanthropic, one of many organizations benefiting disadvantaged city kids. The event highlighted art and youth-based contributions put forth by musicians John Legend and Wyclef Jean, finance expert Suze Orman and real estate mogul R. Donahue Peebles and honored their dedication to the cause – rightfully so, as 10-person tables ran between $10,000 and $15,000 a pop. Dwyane Wade, Alonzo and Tracy Mourning, Larry Johnson, Pauly Shore and Paulina Rubio were just a few of the charitable names that came out to show support. Making an ever-so-alluring statement showering her bro with love and fashionable statements, Wyclef’s sister Milky was on hand sporting a sleek black-and-blue vintage ‘80s dress from C. Madeleine’s with blue diamond earrings. Milky wasn’t the only one on hand lookin’ fly – except for Suze Orman, who looked like she was stopping by after attending a royal Indian wedding reception in a loud, frumpy gold top and plain black slacks. Everyone else put on their Saturday night chic and came out for cocktails, dinner and both live and silent auctions, featuring unique art, to do good deeds during the spring. -- Tracy Block
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