Over the Weekend - Ocean Drive Fall Fashion Week, Fergie and Aquabooty

Behold! The fall season is upon us. The drop in humidity and cooler temperatures marks the return of life to the Magic City. We are no longer bound to our air-conditioned sanctuaries. We can once again relish the reason we all decided to live here in the first place: the weather. We'll take a wet and gloomy weekend over 100 percent humidity with increased chance of hurricanes any day.

Ocean Drive Fall Fashion Week

Johnny Louis

Ocean Drive magazine held its fall fashion week with events scattered around town. Must be the fashion ads that are keeping it thick these days, because it can't be luxury condos. So what's the secret Ocean Drive? Check out the multiple slideshows here, here, here and here.

Fergie at Seminole Hard Rock Live

Sayre Berman

Fergie Ferg stopped by the Seminole Hard Rock Live for its Ambassadors of Rock Tour. The pop superstar performed for a VIP crowd but not before speaking with the media and handing a $20,000 over to Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. She's basically Mother Teresa reincarnated, no? Click here for our full review.

Aquabooty with Dixon at Grass

Tony Vargas

Aquabooty was suppose to introduce new venue The King Is Dead to the Magic City. Alas, permit issues nixed the premiere and Aquabooty moved the party to Grass instead. Still, Berlin DJ/producer Dixon made his appearance and the crowds came out, so it wasn't a total failure, right? Click here for the full slideshow.

Legion at Discotekka (NSFW)

Ivon David Rojas

Okay, we admit we use the NSFW acronym loosely sometimes to create buzz, hoping your curiosity will get the better of you. But we mean it this time when we say NSFW. Toe sucking, nipple twisting, ass spanking and wax on skin all happened at Discotekka's Legion party Friday night. Click here for the full slideshow.

The Glimmers at Poplife at White Room

Tony Vargas

Saturday night, Belgian duo The Glimmers flew into Miami a little before 11 p.m. from New York with little time to rest before they took over the decks at White Room. Let's just say Technotronic's "Pump Up the Jam" always reminds us of our awkward middle school dances. If only they had played Quad City DJ's "C'mon N' Ride It (The Train)." Click here for the full slideshow.

-- Jose D. Duran

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