MIAMI/SOUTH FLORIDA At the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation's 25th anniversary gala on December 3, fashion designer Kesi Case used the event as a platform to showcase gowns from a new collection. Models doubled as live statues, posing still on pedestals during the evening's cocktail and dinner receptions at the Marriott Hollywood Beach. Case also brought in a painter who drew cracks on the models' skin to make them look like aged statues. To finish off the look, the painter dusted the models with gold paint. More than 250 people attended the black tie event, which raised $60,000 for the foundation.
By Jana Schiowitz Posted December 16, 2011, 1:54 PM EST