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Night And Day Rager: Crazy Party Pix From Our Art Basel Event!

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    If you haven't already figured it out, we really know how to party here at Refinery29. So add Miami, day drinking, and a late night rager into the equation and you've got a potent recipe for a real good time. Yesterday started out with day two of our Double Vision exhibition at the Hotel Gansevoort, and we got into the Miami spirit by mixing some winter gear with our fave summer togs, peeped art poolside (!), and, oh yea, had a shot our two of the Double Vision sips: Fenom Absinthe mixed with Starbucks VIA makes for double trouble. Once the sun came down, we headed downstairs (how convenient) for our Art Basel party thrown with our good friends from the Jane Hotel at hotspot Coco De Ville. DJs Tim Barber, Florencia Galarza, Jesse Hudnutt, and Haley Wollens helped the party crew dancing on tables big-time: We spotted Nate Lowman, Jaime Johnson, Art + Culture's own Chessy Wilson, KAWS, and Aurel Schmidt getting their boogie on. And of course we helped:—a huge clutch of R29-ers most definitely put the team in team building! Click through for some pics—we think you'll understand why we had to take three Advil this morning.


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