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From Skrillex to Martha Stewart, Here's How Celebrities Spent Art Basel Week

Art Basel's celebrity scene gets more crowded each year, with club events, block parties, rooftop soirees, and everything in between competing for the attention of the famous faces who flock to Miami's biggest art week. From actors to musicians, models, and more, here's how the other half partied during Miami Art Week 2016.

Seventh-Annual Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series Finale
The arts competition named Philly's Darius Frank its 2016 winner, as celebs such as Russell Simmons, Rosario Dawson, and Sasha Lane toasted his talent (with Bombay Sapphire drinks, of course).
PAMM Presents Cashmere Cat, Jillionaire + Special Guest Uncle Luke
PAMM's annual bash brought the arts and music together. Proof: This shot of Skrillex with artist Typoe.

1 Oak's Pop Up at Rockwell
Vegas nightclub 1 Oak took over Rockwell for the evening, with Gucci Mane and Tyson Beckford onboard.

Up & Down Pop-Up at the Nautilus Cabana Club Beach Tent
Meanwhile, Russell Simmons kept his own party schedule packed at the pop-up of NYC nightspot Up & Down.

The Hilhaven Lodge Whiskey & Paddle8 Auction
Brett Ratner's booze brand hosted an art auction, drawing celebrities such as Courtney Love and Martha Stewart.


“Chance Encounters II” Exhibition Opening at Loewe Miami Design District
Model Alexandra Richards posed at Spanish luxury brand Loewe's Basel-week opening.

Moschino and SBE Party at Delano South Beach
Fashion house Moschino and hotel company SBE collaborated on a party that brought Venus Williams out to play.

3900 Alton Celebrates Miami Art Week With Artist Laura Kimpton and Curator Philippe Hoerle-Guggenheim
Is Chris Bosh the world's tallest art aficionado? Judging by this photo from Laura Kimpton's opening at 3900 Alton, we think possibly.

Panerai Design Miami/Visionary Award Dinner Party
Supermodel Elle MacPherson turned up to Design Miami founder Craig Robins' home to celebrate SHoP Architects, this year's winner of the fair's annual Visionary Award.
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Ciara LaVelle is New Times' former arts and culture editor. She earned her BS in journalism at Boston University and moved to Florida in 2004. She joined New Times' staff in 2011.
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