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Audrina Patridge promotes Curve Appeal for Men at Pure in Caesars Palace on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012.
Photo: Erik Kabik/ErikKabik.com

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Audrina Patridge Promotes Curve Appeal for Men at Pure

Reality TV star Audrina Patridge celebrated the launch of Curve Appeal for Men, a new cologne by Elizabeth Arden, at Pure in Caesars Palace on Saturday night.

Patridge, the embodiment of curve appeal in a curve-hugging purple sequined dress by Twenty Cluny and gold peep-toe platforms, showed off her fabulous figure as she posed for photographers on the red carpet.

“I love the Curve Appeal fragrance! It’s sexy, it’s fresh, it’s exactly the scent I want on a guy,” Patridge said on the red carpet. Inside the Las Vegas nightspot, the Curve Appeal spokesmodel invited a few lucky male admirers to test out the new scent.

At her VIP table, Patridge danced, drank and partied with her group. Throughout the night, she requested songs from Pure resident DJ and friend DJ Shift as she danced the night away and enjoyed the bubbly.

Thanks to Erik Kabik for his photo gallery.

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