Miami, Florida — Supermodels Unlimited Magazine, the world-renowned fashion and lifestyle publication, celebrated its 23rd Anniversary on March 18, 2023. The event took place at the beautiful Briza On The Bay located on Bayshore Drive in Miami, Florida and was an epic evening of fashion, music, and philanthropy.
Supermodels Unlimited Magazine has been a pioneering force in the fashion industry for over two decades, showcasing the world’s most talented models and fashion designers. The magazine’s 23rd Anniversary Celebration was no exception, featuring celebrity guests, supermodels, multiple runway shows and sponsors that include The Couture Room, VIP TV, Vizcaya Swimwear, and Pinkapple Dresses.
The event was hosted by Supermodels Unlimited Magazine’s founder and editor-in-chief, Kimberly Clark.
VIP guests had the opportunity to meet and mingle with some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, as well as enjoy live entertainment by DJ James Kennedy of Vanderpump Rules and the American Rap/Rock band Emblem 3.
‘SU’s 23rd Anniversary Celebration was electric! It was such a special night beside a beautiful backdrop of Biscayne Bay! I wish we could do it again!’
-Jordan Kimball of Bachelor Nation
Miami’s Univision Television Broadcasting and VIP TV provided red carpet interviews with models and celebrity guests. In addition to celebrating the magazine’s 23rd Anniversary, the event was also a night of philanthropy. Supermodels Unlimited Magazine partnered with several charitable organizations to raise awareness and funds for their causes. Guests had the opportunity to support these organizations through various donation opportunities throughout the night.
About Super Models Unlimited
SU Magazine is a leading publication on the women’s market that is dedicated to inspiring and empowering females. Now in its 23rd year, SU has taken over the modeling industry as a vital resource for both aspiring and established models and industry professionals. In the spirit of Philanthropy, SU works closely with numerous celebrities and causes to promote inclusion.