When Cerón was invited to emcee the "Quinceanera" of a young lady reversing the numbers — she was turning 51 rather than the traditional 15 — he had to carefully consider his wardrobe. The private home would be filled with 180 guests, many of whom would embrace the honoree's desire for attire in pink. Her husband would wear a white satin tux. What better foundation for the perfect ensemble than the glittering Alexander McQueen jeans that Cerón purchased at Forty Five Ten in Dallas? He topped them with an embroidered white satin tux jacked trimmed out in black by Prada. It was a fashion find that he made in Cannes, where he made the scene at last summer's film festival. The shoes are Gucci. The rose-hued hankie a nod to the lady's request for pink attire.
This outfit transitioned from his moment in the River Oaks spotlight to the zany stage of Hotel ZaZa's Zalloween soirée. We think he handled it with fashion aplomb. And he is one of the few people we spotted over the Halloween weekend not in full costume.