Celebrity Sightings:

Posted by Maryanne Salvat On December - 12 - 2010

IsabellaRossellini_ArtsForABetterWorldThe ubiquitous Isabella Rossellini was spotted about town Baseling amongst locals and rubbing elbows with elite art enthusiasts.  Rossellini was feted at a private dinner at the Wolfsonian museum on Wednesday night, made an appearance at the museum on Friday evening and also  received a key to the City of Miami Beach from local favorite Vice Mayor Michael Gongora at a brunch on Saturday.  The former model/actress and award-winning Green Porno producer, left Art Basel’s beaten path to visit the animal portraiture during Arts For A Better World at Soho Studios in Wynwood. 

Nicole Miller  hosted an exclusive evening to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida at her Collins Avenue boutique on Thursday. Miller, along with Ines Rivero and Tracy Mourning, shopped at the Vogue Lounge at the Raleigh Hotel. 

R.E.M’s Michael Stipe hit the Rooftop Lounge at the Townhouse Hotel this weekend for the Broken Hearts Club events.

On Wednesday, a couple of hundred lucky guests attended Steve Martin’s book reading at the W South Beach Hotel & Residences followed by dinner at Mr. Chow.


After dining at the new Blue Door Fish at Delano with friends, world renowned photographer Sante D’OrazioLaure-Heriard-Dubreuil,-Frederic-Dechnik_Tilda-Swinton_Susan-Sarandon celebrated the opening of his “Priests” exhibition in the hotel’s iconic lobby. Friends, including Perry Ferrell and wife Etty Ferrell, Natalie Kill, Heidi Klum’s ex Ric Pipino and Milk Studios creator Mazdack Razzi enjoyed cocktails in the orchard.  Afterward many of the guests moved on to Parisian club transplant, Le Baron in The Florida Room.

On Friday night, Pringle of Scotland and London’s Serpentine Gallery celebrated their joint project, 195 Collaborations at the Webster with an event hosted by Tilda Swinton (a.k.a. the “White Witch” from Narnia). Susan Sarandon was also at the dinner.  Sarandon, owner of NYC and LA's SPiN Ping Pong Club, was on-hand at the Delano on Saturday night for MOCA and SPiN Galactic’s The Art of Ping Pong.

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