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Bad Medina launch at Mouche Gallery

Beverly Peele, Doralie Medina and Cairo Peele attend The Bad Medina Cosmetics Pop-Up Shop and celebration of “BEAUTY X ART = WOMEN,” a photography exhibit by Cheryl Fox at Mouche Gallery on March 24, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for Bad Medina)

Friday night brought out the BAD in everyone, with LA’s art and fashion crowd heading to the exclusive Mouche Gallery in Beverly Hills to celebrate a weekend-long pop-up shop from BAD MEDINA, one of the hottest new cosmetics lines in town!   Founded by social media influencer Doralie Medina and business partner Floyd Mayweather (Yes, the Boxer!). BAD MEDINA’s pop up shop saw celebrities and VIPs stopping by all weekend long to show support to Doralie and check out her latest face candy!

Supermodel Beverly Peele, who has appeared on more than 250 magazine covers like ELLE and MADEMOISELLE, hosted the opening night celebration with her daughter Cairo Peele, who stars in the upcoming Lifetime reality show, Growing Up Supermodel. Guests sipped on cocktails, snacked on cake pops and candy covered pretzels, and checked out a special Women’s History Month photo exhibit, with sales benefiting charity “A Place Called Home,” from celebrity photographer Cheryl Fox, which featured never-before-seen photos of MADONNA and RIHANNA, to name a few.

Others who stopped by the weekend long pop-up shop included In Living Color alum David Alan Grier, star of NBC’s The Carmichael Show, and of course, Medina’s special friend Floyd Mayweather, who showed up with his entourage in tow!

 

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