Miami’s legendary venues hosted the four days of events. Under the open sky of the Vizcaya Gardens & Museums, the Missoni brand displayed its beautiful designs on the first day. Numerous celebrities, including Marc Anthony and RHOM member Guerdy Abraira, sat in the front row as the iconic model Nadia Ferreira dazzled on the runway.
On the second and third days, the venue was changed to the Gary Nader Art Center, where guests were shown the collections of Benito Santos, Angel Sanchez, Rene by RR Show and Agatha Ruiz de la Prada. The Naeem Khan collection at the Frost Science Museum of Miami – an amazing iconic venue with an aquarium ceiling – concluded the final day.
Victoria met and talked with old and new friends during those days, and she shared her passion for fashion and style with other guests, a story that began in 2008 when she released her own clothing line and just a few days later performed in one of the largest German shows. Klaus Wowereit was the patron of the Aids Gala Awards, in which she performed.
Victoria’s passion for fashion and fame as an actress and singer fueled her desire to achieve even greater success in the entertainment industry. As a result, she co-founded VUGA Enterprises, a Hollywood entertainment film producer and
media company that owns over 50 newspapers and magazines online with a monthly audience of over 3 million users. However, she has higher goals and is making agreements with leading distribution companies so that they can expand their scope and help other clients build their brands.
A little more than a year ago, Victoria also had the idea of creating a fashionable television channel. With her partners and a stellar team, Victoria founded
24Fashion TV, which in less than a year became a media sponsor of leading fashion shows such as NYFW, Miami Swim Week, LAFW, and others. 24Fashion TV sponsors international events in Europe, United Arab Emirates, and Algiers.
There are countless runway shows, red carpets, and viewers will soon get to see Missoni and other wonderful designers from Miami Fashion Week.
In addition to leading organizations that fight for social justice,
Victoria Unikel leads an active social lifestyle. In a competition against modern-day slavery and human trafficking, she won a top prize from Mosaic Federation. The members of Mosaic include members of the FBI, CIA, and Scotland Yard. Besides the Make A Wish Ball, her artwork has also been featured in many other charitable auctions and has sold for thousands of dollars each. Since she has been a longtime supporter of the LGBT and racial minority communities, she is currently producing a film that exposes racial inequity in the justice system as well as the struggles faced by members of the LGBT community when incarcerated.