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Vegas - 2016 - Issue 2 - Late Spring - Dita Von Tesse

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Ricardo Antonio, Becca Kotte, and Dane Biren SHADES OF BLUE GUESTS OF THE FOURTH ANNUAL ONE NIGHT FOR ONE DROP WALKED THE CARPET IN CREATIVE INTERPRETA- TIONS OF THE EVENT'S BLUE-CHIC DRESS CODE. / soirée spotlight / Hassan El Hajjami Jeannie Mai Frankie Moreno Marsai Martin and Miles Brown Constance Jablonski Balancing act Daniel Lamarre Natasha Bedingfield and Leona Lewis overseen by Christian Kolberg, who encouraged attendees to compete for luxury prizes including a Richard Mille timepiece, rare MacLaren 675LT Coupe, and original painting by Takashi Murakami. During the show—which reflected the personal experiences of its Moroccan-born artistic director, Hassan El Hajjami—Leona Lewis stunned the crowd with jaw-dropping renditions of two of her most popular hits, "Bleeding Love" and "Thunder," while 9-year-old Black-ish star Miles "Baby Boogaloo" Brown shared the spotlight with the more than 100 Cirque artists who participated in the production. Later in the evening, Brown and other celebrity pals celebrated at an Alice in Wonderland-themed after-party staged in a tent on the Smith Center grounds; considering the one-night-only event raised an astonishing $6.5 million for water access and conservation programs around the globe, we'll agree that a celebration was well warranted. Charlie Starling, The Gazillionaire, and Melody Sweets PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF ERIK KABIK INVITED 30 VEGASMAGAZINE.COM

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