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Star Sightings: Kim K, Christina Milian & Lil Wayne

MIAMI (CBSMiami) - When the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim hit South Beach recently fans of the surf and sand got more than an eyeful of the hottest looks headed for the beach.

They also got some star sightings as well.  Celebrity photographer Seth Browarnik was the supercharged shutterbug who covered dozens of glamorous events.

The first celeb to pose?  The never camera shy Kim Kardashian.

"This was the Midori Beach Bash over at The Delano. She was there and Kanye West was there hiding, and her best friend Jonathan Cheban," said Browarnik.

Kim's sisters and Scott Dissick were down the street recently at the Fontainebleau.

Dissick was also spotted at Liv on Sunday night with Christina Milian and Lil Wayne.

There was a picture perfect photo-op outside the Shore Club for the Muscle Milk Fitness Retreat when Dancing With The Stars hard body Katrina Smirnoff and actress/model Dania Ramirez took a dip.

"These pictures ended up in a bunch of magazines," said Browarnik.

Over at the Oakley bash, Browarnik found a mellow Nick Cannon.

It was the opposite of a mellow night at Lollapalooza at Chicago's Grant Park.  The lineup included more than 150 rockers, rappers and ravers.  Browarnik shot the show where he found Kelly Osbourne in the crowd.  Upstairs at the Hard Rock Hotel, Browarnik said it was all about the "It's So Miami" suite - a promotion from the Miami Beach's tourism bureau.

"Miami is everywhere," said Browarnik.  "Everyone wants to be in Miami even at Lollapalooza in Chicago.  It's like a gifting suite that Miami sponsors at the Hard Rock Hotel. Basically, celebs come and get free things."

Some of those who stopped by were Josh Henderson and Rose McGowan.

Back in the Magic City, World Redeye was front and center at Gym Class Hero's Travie McCoy's birthday bash at Rokbar where the 3D cake was straight out of the movies.

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