Coffee, Beer and Vodka at Pam Anderson and Richie Rich Funkshion Event at the Setai

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Last night at the Setai on South Beach (2001 Collins Ave., MIami Beach) Richie Rich and Pamela Anderson presented their fashion line A*Muse for Funkshion, another South Beach fashion week.

Nespresso, a Nestle owned home espresso machine that uses a capsule system, was there giving out free espressos and cappuccinos.

Silver Dagger Vodka drinks, Presidente and Presidente Light beers were also available for free. But that didn't stop people buying at the Setai bar. Short Order saw one dude pay $34 for a gin double. Gotta love South Beach.

Check out more pictures from the event after the jump.

Alan Weiner (left) a founder of Attitude Beverages LLC, maker of SIlver Dagger Vodka, said "Ciroq? Who? Never heard of it." One of his associates remarked "We are a fashion brand. Rock-n-roll."

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