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Gallery | Winter Party Festival 'gets stoked' with runway swimsuit fashion show at Botanical Garden

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Winter Party reception - Botanical Garden 2013-01-30 023Winter Party reception - Botanical Garden 2013-01-30 062The Winter Party Festival committee on Wednesday evening held "Get Stoked: WPF Runway at the Garden," a kick-off fashion show event at Miami Beach Botanical Garden.

Male and female fashion models wore swimsuits provided by Macy's and Creative Male near Midtown Miami. DJ Miik provided music as the models hit the runway. Karen Brown, executive director of the LGBT Visitor Center in South Beach gave sharp running commentary.

Also featured: an art gallery silent auction presented by Pridelines Youth Services and a raffle featuring prizes provided by Elizabeth Arden and Kiehl's Since 1851.

Grey Goose provided an open bar; Chili’s Bar and Grill catered the food.

The 2013 Winter Party Festival, which benefits the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and local LGBT organizations, runs March 6-11. Click here for tickets or more information.

Click here for more pictures from the fashion show. Photos by STEVE ROTHAUS / Miami Herald Staff.


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