Oct05

Four Finds at The Pink Ribbon Project

Last night I was thrilled to be a part of The Pink Ribbon Project unveiling at Cafeina in Wynwood, where 10 Miami ladies were chosen to pose for photographer Laura Coppelman after artist Lebo paint them, all in the name of Breast Cancer Awareness month and The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Miami/Ft. Lauderdale Affiliate. The pictures, which were unseen by all of us up until last night, were such beautiful and touching works of art—we each bore the name of people we know who’ve been effected by cancer. It was a great cause, a fun night out and something I’m honored to be a included in. The pics will be for sale and on display until October 7, so if you didn’t make it out last night, stop by the next time you’re in the hood and take a gander.

{Loving my shot. Thanks, Laura and Lebo.}

{Maria Tettamanti’s gorgeous photo.}

{Looking tres sexy, SandiRose Madger of Blo Midtown.}

{Kailey Magder, also of Blo Midtown, looks stunning in her pic.}

{Paola Pedroza’s work of art.}

{Alina Villasante keeping the hope alive in her shot.}

{Karant Sierra of The Real Housewives of Miami and Miss Florida USA 2011 Lisette Liz Garcia.}

{ Y100’s Ninalicia Osorio and Deco Drive‘s Shireen Sandoval .}

{Big thanks to Michelle Fonticiella of SpinHouse PR for putting it all together. What’s up, Allison Goldberg!}

{Girl power. The Pink Ribbon Project ladies in the house.}

{The extremely talented camera-wielding Laura Coppelman, who made the pics happen.}

{Me and Maria waiting to see what was behind those black curtains. Clearly, the suspense was killing us.}

{The big reveal.}

{My reaction. Loves it!}

{A few more finds for the evening: Maria’s Phillips Frankel ombre ring.}

{How sick is this necklace? It’s locally made, too.}

{My new The Find Auctions red monogrammed clutch.}

{Wearing Touch Boutique dress. Ebay bubble necklace. Varelli ring. Steve Madden Shoes. The Find Auctions monogrammed clutch. Hair by the always awesome Blo Midtown salon. And—more importantly—standing in front of pink ribbons from the set. Each guest was asked to write the name of someone they know who has been effected by cancer. Grandmas, aunts, cousins, sisters, friends—the names were all there. Touching and heartbreaking all rolled into one. If you have any extra this month, please consider donating to a breast cancer awareness charity.}